A point which is the limit of a sequence, also called a limit point.

An accumulation point, or limit point, for a set S is a point x (not necessarily in S) such that any open set containing x also contains a point (distinct from x) that's in S. More intuitively, it means that by choosing points in S, we can get as close as we want to x without actually reaching it.

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