Could anyone give me a specific example of Cauchy Sequence in Metric Space X that does not converge?
Or, let X be the set of rational numbers with the "usual metric", d(x,y)= |x-y|. Take the sequence 3, 3.1, 3.14, 3.1415, 3.14159, 3.141592, ... where the nth term is the decimal expansion of $\displaystyle \pi$ to n-1 decimal places. It is easy to see that this sequence is a Cauchy sequence and that it does not converge in the rational numbers.