By Kai Lai Chung
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F. that is absolutely continuous. DEFINITION. e. Ł Numbers in brackets refer to the General Bibliography. , Natanson . 1. Let F be bounded increasing with F 1 D 0, and let F0 denote its derivative wherever existing. Then the following assertions are true. (a) If S denotes the set of all x for which F0 x exists with 0 Ä F0 x < 1, then m Sc D 0. (b) This F0 belongs to L 1 , and we have for every x < x 0 : x0 4 F0 t dt Ä F x 0 Fx. e. so that F0s D F0 singular if it is not identically zero. e. e.
F. generated by n given sets “without relations among them” has 22n members. 4. If is countable, then S is generated by the singletons, and and their complements form conversely. ] 5. F. contained in all of them; it is indifferently denoted by ˛2A F˛ or 3˛2A F˛ . 6. F. containing all of them, denoted by _j Fj . F. containing all F˛ , ˛ 2 A. F. ] 7. F. is said to be countably generated iff it is generated by a countable collection of sets. Prove that if each Fj is countably generated, then so is _1 jD1 Fj .
We have m Un D 1 4 2n 1 2 C 2 C 3 C ÐÐÐ C n D 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 n . As n " 1, Un increases to an open set U; the complement C of U with respect to [0,1] is a perfect set, called the Cantor set. It is of measure zero since m C D 1 m U D 1 1 D 0. Now for each n and k, n ½ 1, 1 Ä k Ä 2n cn,k D 1, we put k ; 2n and deﬁne a function F on U as follows: 7 F x D cn,k for x 2 Jn,k . This deﬁnition is consistent since two intervals, Jn,k and Jn0 ,k 0 , are either disjoint or identical, and in the latter case so are cn,k D cn0 ,k 0 .