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    Measure - Inequality

    Hello!

    I do have a question referring page 18 at the following link:

    http://www.math.cornell.edu/~erin/docs/dimension.pdf

    My question is why I can consider those s for which 1 < H^{s} \left(F \right)

    Or differently asked: How do I know that 1 < H^{s} \left(F \right) ?
    I can see how it leads to the result but why can I consider those s?

    Thanks.
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    Re: Measure - Inequality

    Hi again!

    Does it have to do with monotonicity?
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