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Theorem related to open set :Every subset of x in a discrete topological space is open

In mathematics, particularly topology, collections of subsets are said to be locally discrete if they look like they have precisely one element from a local point of view. The study of locally discrete collections is worthwhile as Bing's metrization theorem shows.
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