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Show that A is nowhere dense if and only if CA~ is dense

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To show that 'A' is nowhere dense if and only if CA~ is dense, you have to consider the subspace created. This means that the closure has an empty interior. A nowhere dense is described as being dense in itself. Learn more from http://mathworld.wolfram.com/NowhereDense.html.

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