Discrete Space is Scattered

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Let $T = \struct {S, \tau}$ be a topological space where $\tau$ is the discrete topology on $S$.

Then $T$ is a scattered space.


We have that Topological Space is Discrete iff All Points are Isolated.

So, by definition, no subset $H \subseteq S$ of $T$ such that $H \ne \varnothing$ is dense-in-itself.

So, again, by definition, $T$ is scattered.