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comment An application of Riesz Representation Theorem
@leo: then $f$ would have to 1. right?
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comment An application of Riesz Representation Theorem
@leo: I don't get your point. Do you mean $\int|g-h|=0$ implies $g=h$?
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comment How to show a sequence is not uniformly integrable
@DavidMitra: How does one find such an $n$?
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comment If $f$ is measurable and $fg$ is in $L^1$ for all $g \in L^q$, must $f \in L^p$?
Thanks very very much.
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comment If $f$ is measurable and $fg$ is in $L^1$ for all $g \in L^q$, must $f \in L^p$?
sorry if I wasn't clear before. I was wondering if you could expand on the derivation of the contradiction. for example why $g=\sum\limits_{k=1}^\infty2^{-k}g_k\|g\|_{L^q}$ is less than one and why it implies that $fg\notin L^1$.
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comment If $f$ is measurable and $fg$ is in $L^1$ for all $g \in L^q$, must $f \in L^p$?
@robjohn: do you mind elaborating on your proof a bit. the part where you showed that $\|fg\|_{L^1} \leq C \|g\|_{L^q}$? Thanks