Diffrential integral , Mathematics

All the integrals below are understood in the sense of the Lebesgue.

(1) Prove the following equality which we used in class without proof. As-sume that f integrable over [3; 3]. Then

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(2) Assume that f is integrable over [0; 1]. Show that

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is di erentiable a.e on (0; 1).


(3) Assume that f is continuous on [0; 1]. Suppose that

 

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