Suppose is a riemann integrable function on If is a bounded real valued function defined on and differs from at infinitely many points in , should be riemann integrable on . Prove or disprove?
Suppose is a riemann integrable function on If is a bounded real valued function defined on and differs from at infinitely many points in , should be riemann integrable on . Prove or disprove?
Suppose is a riemann integrable function on If is a bounded real valued function defined on and differs from at infinitely many points in , should be riemann integrable on . Prove or disprove?
Originally Posted by Shanks
It shoud be "g differs from f at finitely many points in [a,b]", I think.