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From [email suppressed] Tue Dec 14 18:46:06 2004 Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2004 22:10:01 -0500 From: Barbara and Jim Munkres [email suppressed] To: drorbn@math.toronto.edu Subject: I hope this is useful ERRATA FOR TOPOLOGY, SECOND EDITION (second and subsequent printings) xii, 13 of connectedness and compactness in Chapter 3. 107; 2 f maps [0,1) into S super 1 118; Exercise 9, line 2, J is not empty. 143; 1 composite g is ... 151; 2* (a sub 1, ..., a sub N, 0, 0, ...) 187; 4* Let A be a subset of X. 203; 12 b < a. Neither U nor V contains a sub 0. 203; 15 ... U and V not containing a sub 0, but containing 205; 9* if and only if X is T sub 1 and for every... 224; 13 open in X sub i for each i. 235; 13* Show that if X is Hausdorff 237; 8 Assume script A is a covering of X by basis elements such that 251; 7 less than or equal to 1/n 261; 7 replace "paracompact" by "metrizable". 262; 8 (x, epsilon sub i) 263; 1* Throughout, we assume Section 28. 266; 8* rho super bar is a metric; 356; 7 Find a ball centered at the origin... 417; 11 element of P(W), 421; 8 length (at least 3), then 425; 10* (G sub 1) * (G sub 2) 445; 10 Exercise 2 should be starred. 466; 4 = (w sub 0)[y sub 1] a [y sub 2] b ... 481; 1 with k(h(e sub 0)) = e sub 0. 488; 4 F = p inverse (b sub 0). 488; 11 of the subset 503; 14* either empty or a one- or two- point set!