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The closure of an open set A is obtained by including in it all limit points of the set A. For example, if A is the set {x: 1<x<2, xR} then the closure of A would include 1 and 2 as the limit points, giving {x: 1≤x≤2, xR}.

Subjects: Mathematics.

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