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For a point in mathematics, what describes a set of points containing it where one can move in any direction away.......

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For a point in mathematics, what describes a set of points containing it where one can move in any direction away from that point without leaving the set?

posted Apr 23 by Samardeep Acharya

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answer Apr 24 by Tapesh Kulkarni
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