New PDF release: An introduction to Lebesgue integration and Fourier series

By Howard J. Wilcox

ISBN-10: 0882756141

ISBN-13: 9780882756141

Undergraduate-level advent to Riemann crucial, measurable units, measurable features, Lebesgue fundamental, different subject matters. a number of examples and routines.

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Thus m*(G1) + m*(G2) ;> m*(G1 U G2 ) - 2e + m*(G1 n G2 ) - 2e from above. Since e was arbitrary, the Lemma follows. (A 1 n A2). Proof : Given e > 0, there exist open sets G1, G 2 C E such that G1 :> A 1, G 2 :> A 2 , and m*(Gi) < m*(A1) + e for i = 1 ,2. Thus <. s 0. <. m*(A 1) + e + m*(A 2 ) + e - m*(A 1 n A 2 ). Since this is true for all e > 0, the result in (1) follows. 2). 2 Lemma: If A 1 and A 2 are measurable subsets ofE, then A 1 U A 2 and A 1 n A 2 are measurable. (A 2 ). (A1) by hypothesis, so the inequalities become equal signs.

Again we show that the outer measure is 0. 6), and by part (1), m(Q m*({p 1 , • • • == }< 1=1:1 m*({p1}) 00 • • • == 0. This example raises the question: are there any sets of measure 0 which are not countable? We will see that the answer is yes the next chapter. (3) If B C measure (Lemma measureO. 4 that the complement E\A. of any measurable set A is measurable. It follows in this case that the measure of E\A. is 1 m*(A). - (1) The complement of any countable subset of E is measurable and has measure 1 .

1 = g • f, where g(x) = lx I , a continuous function. 14). The same nice behavior also holds under algebraic combination of functions. 52 L E B ESG U E I NTEG R ATION A N D FOU R I E R SE R I ES If f and g are measurable on A , so are f + g, fg, and f/g (for g non-zero). 4 Proposition : Proof : A slick proof like that of the previous proposition is possible, but we would have to consider measure on sets in �2 • Directly, we note that for fJXed x E A , f(x) + g(x) > c if and only if f(x) > c -g(x) if and only if there is a rational number q such that f(x) > q > c -g(x).

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