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    convolution

    Hi everyone,
    I'm trying to prove this, maybe i should young hausdorff , but i really donīt know,
    I apreciate your help.

    if $\displaystyle f \in L^p(\mathbb{R} ^n)$ and $\displaystyle g \in L^q(\mathbb{R} ^n)$ then $\displaystyle f * g (x)\rightarrow 0$ when $\displaystyle | x | \rightarrow \infty$
    thanks
    everk
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    Quote Originally Posted by everk View Post
    Hi everyone,
    I'm trying to prove this, maybe i should young hausdorff , but i really donīt know,
    I apreciate your help.

    if $\displaystyle f \in L^p(\mathbb{R} ^n)$ and $\displaystyle g \in L^q(\mathbb{R} ^n)$ then $\displaystyle f * g (x)\rightarrow 0$ when $\displaystyle | x | \rightarrow \infty$
    thanks
    everk
    Post the whole question please.

    (as it stands what you ask us to prove is in general plainly not true)
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