A) second category 
B) first category 
C) third category 
D) none of these 
A) second category 
1). Any discrete metricspace is
 
2). Any discrete metric space having more than one point is
 
3). M is an infinite set with discrete metric Then
 
4). Let M be a subspace of R where \(M= [1,2]\cup [3,4]\) then \([1,2]\) is
 
5). It R be the metric space then,
 
6). Z is
 
7). Every subset of a discrete metric space
 
8). In with usual metric, every singleton set is
 
9). In any metric space M, \(\phi\) and M are
 
10). Any finite suliset of a metric space is
