Rodrigo Meireles
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 Nov 29 accepted Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Nov 29 comment Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Nov 29 comment Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Thank you, I will make that assumption to solve the problem. Do you think this question can be answered to any $\sigma$-algebra? Nov 29 awarded Commentator Nov 29 comment Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Yes, I do. However the $\sigma$-algebra here is not specified, so I didn't think that borelians would help. But go on, please. Nov 29 comment Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Not imediatelly, no. Would you enlighten me? Nov 29 asked Proof that the sum of two real measurable functions is measurable. Jul 29 accepted Draw figures for the 5 different lattices with 5 elements. Jul 29 comment Draw figures for the 5 different lattices with 5 elements. Thanks! I need some more time to flag as correct answer. Jul 29 asked Draw figures for the 5 different lattices with 5 elements. Jul 28 comment Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Thank you a lot. ( : Jul 28 comment Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Would you bother to give me a proof? Because before asking here I saw that my claim implied in associativity and tried to prove it, but I failed. Jul 28 comment Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. So, if I understood correctly, proving my claim implies in proving associativity, right? Jul 28 comment Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Thank you for your answer, but I did not prove that $\vee$ is an associative operation. Jul 28 awarded Supporter Jul 28 comment Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Thank you very much. You helped me a lot. Jul 28 accepted Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Jul 28 asked Proof that any finite subset of a lattice has a supremum. Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jan 19 awarded Scholar