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Confirmed in North the USA and out of the country, this vintage textual content has earned a name for nice accuracy and mathematical rigour. prior versions were praised for delivering entire and targeted statements of theorems, utilizing geometric reasoning in utilized difficulties, and for providing quite a number functions around the sciences. Written in a transparent, coherent, and readable shape, Calculus: numerous Variables makes scholar comprehension a transparent precedence. This 7th variation encompasses a new co-author, Dr. Christopher Essex, who has been invited to give a contribution his detailed kind and method of the subject matter. teachers and scholars will relish revised routines, higher emphasis on differential equations, and new pedagogical good points.

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MEASURABLE FUNCTIONS 26 By Egoroff's Theorem, there exists a closed set K C E such that p(E - K) < E/2 and {SnE} converges uniformly to f on K. Note that µ((a, b) - K) < µ((a, b) - E) + µ(E - K) < E. Since each sn I K is continuous on K and the convergence is uniform, the function f l K is continuous on K. This completes the proof. 19 (LUSIN's THEOREM). If f : R -> R is a measurable function, then for each E > 0 there exist a closed set E and a continuous function g : R -> R such that p(R - E) < E and f = g on E.

If f : [a, b] -* R is Lebesgue integrable on [a, b], then for each R such that fa If - 91 < E. E > 0 there exists a continuous function g [a, b] PROOF. Suppose first that f is bounded and let M be a bound for f. Let e > 0. By Lusin's Theorem, there exist a continuous function g : [a, b] -* R and LEBESGUE INTEGRAL 47 a measurable set E C [a, b] such that g = f on [a, b] - E, ,u(E) < 612M, and g is bounded by M. We then have b Ia Now suppose that f is unbounded and let E > 0. 10, there exists an integer M such that fA IfI < E/2 where A = JxE [a, b] > M}.

If {f} converges pointwise almost everywhere on E to a function f, then for each 71 > 0 there exists a measurable set H C E such that µ(E - H) < 71 and Ifnj converges uniformly to f on H. PROOF. 7. Let B be the set of all points x E E for which {f(x)} converges to f (x). Let k be any positive integer. For each positive integer p, let BP ={xEB: Ifn(x) - f(x)l <1/kforalln>p}. Then each BP is a measurable set and 00 BP C BP+ 1 B = U BP , and P=1 lim µ (B - BP) = 0. 11 (b). Choose an integer Pk such that µ (B - BPk ) < 71/2 k This produces a sequence JBk k } of subsets of B.

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