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# The University of Sydney

## School of Mathematics and Statistics

Assignment
MATH3969: Measure Theory and Fourier Analysis (Advanced)

Semester 2, 2014

## Web Page: http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/UG/SM/MATH3969/

Lecturer: Daniel Daners

## Due on Monday 8 September in the collection boxes on Carslaw Level 6

Late assignments are not accepted without prior arrangement well before the deadline!
You must attach the signed cover-sheet to the front of your assignment (see over)!

## 1. Use the dominated convergence theorem to show that

Z 
Z
x2
x2  n+1
2
1+
lim
e 2 dx.
dx =
n R
n
R


n
a
You may use that for every a R we have 1 +
ea as n .
n

4 Marks

2. Let f : RN [0, ) be a measurable function. Show that the region under the graph A := 4 Marks
{(x, y) RN R : 0 y f (x)} is a measurable subset of RN R = RN +1 .
3. Suppose (X, A, ) and (Y, B, ) are measure spaces. For arbitrary sets C X Y define
(C) := inf

nX

## (Ak )(Bk ) : Ak A, Bk B for all k N and C

(Ak Bk )

k=0

k=1

(a) Show that is an outer measure on the product space X Y . (Look at the proof that 3 Marks
the Lebesgue outer measure is an outer measure and mimic the proof).
(b) Suppose that C = A B for given sets A A and B B.
(i) Show that (A B) (A)(B).

2 Marks

## (ii) Let Ak A and Bk B, k N be such that and A B

clearly
1AB (x, y) = 1A (x)1B (y)

1Ak Bk (x, y) =

k=0 (Ak

Bk ). Then 5 Marks

## 1Ak (x)1Bk (y).

k=0

k=0

Use the above inequality and the monotone convergence theorem to show that
(A)(B) =

1A d
X

1B d
Y

(Ak )(Bk ).

k=0

2 Marks

## The University of Sydney

School of Mathematics and Statistics

## Assignment Cover Sheet

MATH3969: Measure Theory and Fourier Analysis (Advanced)

Semester 2, 2014

## Web Page: http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/UG/SM/MATH3969/

Lecturer: Daniel Daners

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