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Aug
8
revised For what values of $q$ would $3n - q^2 \equiv 0\pmod{4q}$?
Improving fomulas
Aug
8
revised A property of outer measure for bounded sets of real numbers.
Improving the braces
Aug
7
comment $\int_a^b f(x)\mathrm dx=0$ for all $-\infty<a<b<\infty$ a,b rational implies $f=0$ a.e
And if it's true for reals $a\lt b$ the result can be derived like this.
Aug
7
revised Why does this function converges almost everywhere and not pointwise?
TeXing
Aug
7
answered uniform $L^1(\mathbb{R})$ bound on a sequence implies it's a.e. limit has the same bound
Aug
6
revised Pointwise convergence implies uniform convergence
Inproving the title
Aug
5
revised Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
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Aug
5
revised Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
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Aug
5
revised Evaluate $\lim\limits_{n\to \infty}\frac{1}{n+1}+\frac{1}{n+2}+\cdots+\frac{1}{6n}$
This is a question about the evaluation of a limit.
Aug
1
comment Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
@MartinArgerami I agree with Stefan. There is no problem because $f$ Riemann integrable implies $f^2$ Riemann integrable. However I have edited the question to be consistent.
Aug
1
comment Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
Got it. Thanks.
Aug
1
accepted Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
Aug
1
revised Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
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Aug
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comment Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
How much close? For example $f_n$ equal to ?
Aug
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revised Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
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Aug
1
asked Approximating an $L^2$ function in the Riemann sense
Jul
29
comment Two questions on product measures
What do you mean by independent $\sigma$-algebras?
Jul
24
comment On Lebesgue Outer Measure of an interval
related
Jul
19
comment A Haar measure via the Lebesgue measure on $\Bbb R^d$
This is great! thanks for your answer.
Jul
19
accepted A Haar measure via the Lebesgue measure on $\Bbb R^d$