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The Mobius Strip is Not a Smooth Surface
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Proof That a Separable Metric Space is Homeomorphic to a Dense Subspace of a Complete Metric Space
Proof That a Sequentially Compact Subset of a Metric Space is Compact
Proof That a Set With the Order Topology is a T2 Space
Proof That a Space Containing a Connected Dense Subspace is Connected
Proof That a Space With the Discrete Topology is Totally Disconnected and Locally Connected
Proof That a Subsequence of a Cauchy Sequence is Cauchy
Proof That a Subset of a Completely Regular Space is Completely Regular
Proof That a Subset of a T4 Space Gives Rise to a T4 Space
Proof That a Subspace is Connected if and Only if it Cannot Be Expressed as the Union of Nonempty, Mutually Separated Subsets
Proof That a Subspace of a First Countable Set is First Countable
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