Let k, s be natural numbers, prove that the function : f(x) = x^(-k) * sin(x^s) for x in (0,1] and f(x) = 0 for x=0 is integrable in [0,1] if and only if k<=s. Thank you!
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Note that f is continuous and positive on (0,1). If , then we have If , note that
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