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I know that bounded functions on compact intervals \$[a,b]\$ with only finitely (or countably) many discontinuities are Riemann integrable.

For each s not in S, ﬁnd a bounded continuous f for which the Lebesgue integral fails to exist.

7) Assume f: [a;b] ! R is integrable.

Since there are plenty of sets that are uncountable with measure zero (like the Cantor set), the answer to your questions is yes a Riemann integrable function can have uncountably many discontinuities in its domain of. . Then the set of points, at which it is discontinuous, is countable.

Then f is Riemann integrable if and only if the set of discontinuities of f is of measure zero (a null set). If you look for. 5 0.

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b) Find an example to show that gmay fail to be integrable if it di ers from f at a.

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In Chapter 5 we defined the Riemann integral of a real function f over a bounded.

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7) Assume f: [a;b] ! R is integrable.

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there are uncountably many functions which are not analytically representable in Baire’s.

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