Suppose that every countable, closed subset of M is complete. Prove that M is complete.

my idea is to show that M is closed first, then let (Xn) be a cauchy sequence in M, so it's cauchy in all of its subset and then converge, so M is complete.

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- December 3rd 2011, 06:15 PMwopashuiprove M is complete
Suppose that every countable, closed subset of M is complete. Prove that M is complete.

my idea is to show that M is closed first, then let (Xn) be a cauchy sequence in M, so it's cauchy in all of its subset and then converge, so M is complete. - December 3rd 2011, 06:23 PMDrexel28Re: prove M is complete
- December 3rd 2011, 06:45 PMwopashuiRe: prove M is complete
if A is subset of M, and (Xn) is cauchy in M, does it imply (Xn) is cauchy in A?

- December 3rd 2011, 06:46 PMDrexel28Re: prove M is complete