# Complete (mathematics)

### From Conservapedia

In mathematics, a metric space is said to be **complete** if all Cauchy sequences converge. Other examples include the real numbers (with the Archimedean metric), the complex numbers, and the p-adic numbers.

In mathematics, a metric space is said to be **complete** if all Cauchy sequences converge. Other examples include the real numbers (with the Archimedean metric), the complex numbers, and the p-adic numbers.