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I need help proving that if X is a metric space and E a subset of X is compact, then E is sequentially compact.

I know I need to consider a sequence x_n in E, and I want to say that there is a point a in E and a radius r > 0 so that Br(a) [the ball of radius r with center a] contains x_k for infinitely many k's. If I show this, then I think I can conclude that any subsequence of x_n converges to a. Can someone please help?