Proof That a Function on a First Countable Space is Continuous at a Point if and Only if it is Sequentially Continuous at The Point


A functiondefined on a first countable spaceis continuous at a pointif and only if it is sequentially continuous at the point.


Letbe a function on a setnd letbe a nested local base at

Supposeis not continuous. Then an open setexists such thatand for every

Thus for everyanexists such thatso


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