Measure Theory QWatch

#1
I'm having trouble with this question, the main trouble being: I can really think where to start!

Thanks for the help.
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12 years ago
#2
My powers of telepathy aren't working today (damn Sleepers*) so I'm unable to read your mind to get the question

* Rep for whoever gets the reference
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#3
Lol, I thought there was a good chance that others couldn't see the image.

The question is:

Let H denote the (normal) heaviside function.
Let μ_H be the (complete) Stieltjes-Lebesgue measure associated to H.

a) Show that every subset of X is in the σ-algebra on which μ_H is defined
b) μ_H = δ_0, with δ_0 the Dirac measure in 0.
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12 years ago
#4
Babylon 5...

Bigcnee, upload the image to www.imageshack.us or somewhere, msn storage ain't gonna work.

edit: or just type it, lol.
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#5
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12 years ago
#6
A suggestion, Bigcnee;

Try posting this question in the Maths section of the University courses sub-forum, since the academic sub-forum seems to be mainly populated by GCSE and AS/A level students whose knowledge on Maths is not at the advanced level you are at...and thus the reason why no one is able to help here.

And if you do, notate it with a request that the mods leave it where it is because of ^
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