Mathematical Morsels : IV

The words set and space are often used in loose context to one another. A set is merely an amorphous collection of elements, without coherence or form. When some kind of algebraic or geometric structure is imposed on a set, so that its elements are organized into a systematic whole, then it becomes a space.

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