The open interval (0, 1) is isomorphic to ℝ. One can find many bijections, yet ℝ is complete but (0, 1) is not (because the Cauchy seq. 1/n has no limit point in (0, 1)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

what am I missing? isomorphism means groups are and behave similarly?

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# The open interval (0, 1)

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