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Q: Sets that cover a range of points including those between isolated points and cannot be written as lists are called sets.?

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A set which is made up only of isolated points is called a discrete set.

This is called a discrete set (all points isolated) or a finite set. Finite sets are always discrete.

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A part of a circle between two points on a circle is called is called an arc.

It is called a [decimal] fraction.

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An isolated free standing column of rock near the coast is called a stack.

It's called fragmentation.