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Currently, there is a sentence that reads:

In the theorem 1, the domains of f and g could instead R or C be any topological space.

There either needs to be an "of" between "instead" and "R" or the "instead" needs changed. The "the" before "theorem" is unnecessary and reads awkwardly (at least to me). Finally, the ordering--mentioning "R or C" before "topologcial space"--seems to be a bit odd to me. I would reword the above sentence as:

In theorem 1, the domains of f and g could be any topological space (not necessarily R or C).

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