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4. Let there be two sequences fn (1) (1) (2) (2) fn+1 ≥ fn and fn+1 ≥ fn for all n, and Ω fn dµ from the (2) and fn such that lim fn(1) (ω) = lim fn(2) (ω) = f (ω) for every ω. 5 that for any k, (1) Ω fk dµ ≤ lim n→∞ fn(2) dµ, Ω and therefore, fn(1) dµ ≤ lim lim n→∞ Ω n→∞ fn(2) dµ. Ω We obtain fn(1) dµ ≥ lim lim n→∞ (1) by interchanging fn Ω n→∞ fn(2) dµ Ω (2) and fn . Therefore, fn(1) dµ = lim lim n→∞ Ω n→∞ fn(2) dµ. 6. Let f be a non-negative measurable function and fn a sequence of non-negative simple functions which converge monotonically to f from below.

Let g : Ω → R be a random variable. Then g(f (ω))dP(ω) = Ω g(w)dP(w) . Ω The integral on the right-hand side is deﬁned if and only if the integral on the left-hand side is deﬁned. 42 3 Lebesgue Integral and Mathematical Expectation Proof. Without loss of generality we can assume that g is non-negative. When g is a simple function, the theorem follows from the deﬁnition of the induced measure. For an arbitrary measurable function it suﬃces to note that any such function is a limit of a non-decreasing sequence of simple functions.

T↑b t↑b t↑a Let us check that m is a σ-additive function. Let I, Ii , i = 1, 2, ... be intervals of ∞ the real line (open, half-open, or closed) such that I = i=1 Ii and Ii Ij = ∅ if i = j. We need to check that ∞ m(I) = m(Ii ). 1) i=1 n It is clear that m(I) ≥ i=1 m(Ii ) for each n, since the intervals Ii do not ∞ intersect. Therefore, m(I) ≥ i=1 m(Ii ). 2 Induced Measures and Distribution Functions 43 In order to prove the opposite inequality, we assume that an arbitrary ε > 0 is given. Consider a collection of intervals J, Ji , i = 1, 2, ...