Conclusion of egroff''s theorem and lusin''s theorem, Mathematics

(1) Show that the conclusion of Egroff's theorem can fail if the measure of the domain E is not finite.

(2) Extend the Lusin's Theorem to the case when the measure of the domain E is not finite.  (Note that we proved in class the Theorem for E with finite measure).

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