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Posted: Wednesday Apr 11, 2012

April 11, 2012

Dr. Michael Botsko, professor and chair of the department of mathematics in the Saint Vincent College Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing, had two problems published in Mathematics magazine (volume 85, number 2, April 2012).

The first work investigated the connection between the continuing of a real valued function and the compactness of the graph of that function. The concepts involved are homeomorphisms, compact topological spaces and Hausdorff spaces.

The second work studied the connection between isolated points and second countable topological spaces. The concepts involved are separable and second countable topological spaces.

The mathematics involved belongs to Dr. Botsko’s research field of real analysis and topology.


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