# Pages that link to "Disconnected (topology)"

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The following pages link to **Disconnected (topology)**:

- Connected (topology) (← links)
- A topological space is disconnected if and only if there exists a non-constant continuous function from the space to the discrete space on two elements (← links)
- A topological space is disconnected if and only if it is homeomorphic to a disjoint union of two or more non-empty topological spaces (← links)
- Disconnected topological space (redirect page) (← links)
- Disconnected subset (topology) (redirect page) (← links)
- A subset of a topological space is disconnected if and only if it can be covered by two non-empty-in-the-subset and disjoint-in-the-subset sets that are open in the space itself (← links)
- A subset of a topological space is disconnected if and only if it can be covered by two non-empty-in-the-subset and disjoint-in-the-subset sets that are open in the space itself/Statement (← links)

- A subset of a topological space is disconnected if and only if it can be covered by two non-empty-in-the-subset and disjoint-in-the-subset sets that are open in the space itself (← links)
- Connected (topology)/Equivalent conditions (← links)
- A subset of a topological space is disconnected if and only if it can be covered by two non-empty-in-the-subset and disjoint-in-the-subset sets that are open in the space itself/Statement (← links)
- The image of a connected set is connected (← links)