Topological closure of subgroup is closed subgroup

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Suppose G is a topological group and H is a subgroup of G. Denote by \overline{H} the closure of H in G as a subset of a topological space. Then, \overline{H} is a closed subgroup of G, i.e., it is a subgroup as well as a closed subset of G.

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