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From this definition we have immediately that m*(A) is nonnegative; m*(A) = 0 if A
is a one point set or empty; m*(A) S m*(B) whenever A C B. It is fairly easy to
show that the outer measure of any interval equals the length of the interval, ...
densities and the other measures concentrated on sets of measure zero, together
provide the most general cr-finite measures. The a finiteness is essential to these
results, for examples can be constructed where absolute continuity holds but ...
The measure fig given by the construction outlined above is the Lebes- gue-
Stieltjes measure denned by g. It is clear that points of discontinuity of g
correspond to atoms of the measure \xg , as denned in Section IX. Absolute
continuity was ...
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