Category:Examples of Open Sets (Complex Analysis)

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This category contains examples of Open Set (Complex Analysis).

Let $S \subseteq \C$ be a subset of the set of complex numbers.


$\forall z_0 \in S: \exists \epsilon \in \R_{>0}: N_{\epsilon} \left({z_0}\right) \subseteq S$

where $N_{\epsilon} \left({z_0}\right)$ is the $\epsilon$-neighborhood of $z_0$ for $\epsilon$.

Then $S$ is an open set (of $\C$), or open (in $\C$).

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