A) Show that the union of two nonempty open sets is open.
I have this theorem to use: A set D is open iff it contains no point of its boundary.
Can someone show have to give a solid proof of A...
Thanks in advance for any help
Here is what I think:
Say I have open sets X and Y, then for , I can find an open ball centered at them such that the entire ball is in X and Y, respectively.
Well, then, if you pick any point in , that that point is either in X or Y, well, then, you can draw another open ball that is contained in either X or Y.
So if you use radius for the points in X and Y, you can just use radius
Hope this helps.