Say T is the topological space that we are working with.

What is C(T) where C() is complement?

Say we have a t$\displaystyle \in$T

Is t not an element of C(T)?

Or is C(T) = T since T is the whole/universal space and thus t$\displaystyle \in$C(T)

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- May 31st 2011, 06:52 PMBorkborkmathComplement of Whole Space
Say T is the topological space that we are working with.

What is C(T) where C() is complement?

Say we have a t$\displaystyle \in$T

Is t not an element of C(T)?

Or is C(T) = T since T is the whole/universal space and thus t$\displaystyle \in$C(T) - May 31st 2011, 07:41 PMTinyboss
I'm tempted to wait for a certain member to come answer this for you...