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Closure

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  1. In mathematics, a set is said to be closed under some operation if the operation on members of the set produces a member of the set

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  2. For example, the real numbers are closed under subtraction, but the natural numbers are not: 3 and 7 are both natural numbers, but the result of 3 − 7 is not

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  3. Similarly, a set is said to be closed under a collection of operations if it is closed under each of the operations individually

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  4. A set that is closed under an operation or collection of operations is said to satisfy a closure property

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  5. Often a closure property is introduced as an axiom, which is then usually called the axiom of closure

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