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comment Lebesgue density strictly between 0 and 1
I see, thanks for the explanation.
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comment Limit of convolution
With the given $f_n$, what I get is an expression of the form $(2n)^{-1/p} \left[\int_\mathbb{R} \left(\int_{x-n}^{x+n} g(y)\,dy\right)^p\, dx\right]^{1/p}$.
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asked Limit of convolution
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comment Can natural quotient map between Banach spaces be closed?
Sorry, I couldn't see how to use the example to proceed in the general case. What I know is that the above closed $G$ is map into a non-closed set. But how to find $X$ and $M$ such that $q$ maps closed set into closed set?