I need to show that it's impossible to embed the set of rationals $Q$ in a complete metric countable space. Thanks in advance.
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Well, there is an uncountable cardinal of rational Cauchy sequences with different limits and which would have to converge to an uncountable cardinal of different limits...and I bet you can construct these ones.