Prove: $A\cup A'$ is the smallest closed set containing $A$, i.e.if $F$ is closed and $A\subset F\subset A\cup A'$ then $F = A\cup A'$
Definitions: $A'$ is the set of all accumulation or limit points.
proof: Let $F$ be closed and $A\subset F\subset A\cup A'$. Let $a\in F$. Since $F$ is closed, then $a$ is an limit point for $F$. Thus, by the definition of limit point there exists an open set $G$ containing $a$ contains a different point $q$ of $F$, where $a\neq q$. So we have, $$ q\in G\subset F$$ but, $A\subset F$ and $a$ is an accumulation point of $F$, then $F = A\cup A'$
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