Let $A=(0,\infty) $ be a given set on which we define a metric $d_1 (x,y)= |\log x -\log y| $. Prove that $d_1$ is complete.
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Consider the usual distance on A by $d_2 (x,y)=|x-y|$. Clearly $d_1 (x,y)= d_2 (f (x),f (y)) $ ,where $f (x)=\log x $. Thus $d_1$ and $d_2$ are isometric. $d_2$ is not complete and as isometry preserves completeness $d_1$ is also not complete. So I have disproved what I had to prove. I found this problem in a textbook, so I guess the problem is correct and somehow I have done something wrong! But how! Thanks for reading.