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Unbounded sets of what type of elements? Real numbers? I think you should reword or provide more details of your question and maybe even cite the text you're referring to (including page number, theorem number, etc.).

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The real numbers *are* unbounded and have the Archimedean property.

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I suppose the rational numbers are an example of a set that satisfies the Archimedean property without satisfying the Axiom of Completeness.

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