# Is the set of rational number in 0 1 Open or closed?

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## Is the set of rational number in 0 1 Open or closed?

That set is not open so the set of rationals between 0 and 1 is not closed.

## Are there infinitely rational numbers between 0 1?

There are an infinite number of rational numbers between 0 and 1.

**Does every nonempty closed set contain a rational number?**

(c) (5 points) Every nonempty open set contains a rational number. (d) (5 points) Every bounded infinite closed set contains a rational number. (a) Q is NOT open. For example, no neighborhood Vϵ(0) is contained in Q because irrationals are dense and we can always find an irrational number in (−ϵ, ϵ).

### Is 0 1 is a rational number?

It is a rational number.

### Is the set 0 Infinity closed?

4 Answers. This set is indeed closed. Note that +∞ is not a real number, sequences which tend to it are therefore non-convergent and have no limit in R. From this we can easily infer that [0,∞) is closed, since every sequence of positive numbers converging to a limit would have a non-negative limit which is in [0,∞).

**Is every infinite set open?**

No. With the standard topology in a set with only a single point such as is not open. In general the sets that are open depend on your topology. If you had a topological space where every finite set was open, then so would all of the infinite sets that are unions of them.

## Are there infinite rational numbers?

It turns out, however, that the set of rational numbers is infinite in a very different way from the set of irrational numbers. As we saw here, the rational numbers (those that can be written as fractions) can be lined up one by one and labelled 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. They form what mathematicians call a countable infinity.

## Is a UB AUB )’?

The complement of the union of two sets is equal to the intersection of their complements and the complement of the intersection of two sets is equal to the union of their complements. (i) (A U B)’ = A’ ∩ B’ (which is a De Morgan’s law of union). (ii) (A ∩ B)’ = A’ U B’ (which is a De Morgan’s law of intersection).

**Is the set of all functions from 0 1 to n natural numbers countable?**

By this can we say that set of all functions from (0,1)→N is uncountable.

### Is 1 a rational number?

The number 1 can be classified as: a natural number, a whole number, a perfect square, a perfect cube, an integer. This is only possible because 1 is a RATIONAL number.