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(roughly translated from German)

__Limit test__: Let -∞ < a < b ≤ ∞ and the functions f: [a,b) → [0,∞) and f: [a,b) → (0,∞) be proper integrable for any

**c**∈ [a,b). Let lim x↑b f(x)/g(x) =: h exist. Then:

(i) If h > 0, then is f improper integrable on [a,b) if and only if g is improper integrable on [a,b).

(ii) If h = 0, then is f improper integrable on [a,b) if g is improper integrable on [a,b).

So...that statement only makes little sense to me, and I believe there must be at least one mistake there: what's up with that "

**c**"?? I'd like to reformulate that test in two parts (integrability and non integrability) and so in a more logical way for myself. Let me know if that holds (apart from wherever the mistake is with "c"):

1. Let f: [a,b) → [0,∞) and f: [a,b) → (0,∞) are proper (Riemann?) integrable for any c ∈ [a,b), g is improper integrable on [a,b) and lim x↑b f(x)/g(x)

**≥**0, then f is improper integrable on [a,b).

2. Let f: [a,b) → [0,∞) and f: [a,b) → (0,∞) are proper (Riemann?) integrable for any c ∈ [a,b), g is

**not**improper integrable on [a,b) and lim x↑b f(x)/g(x)

**>**0, then f is not improper integrable on [a,b).

This all looks very absurd to me! :/ I also can't seem to find anything about such a test on the internet, that's weird! Does it even exist in the first place?

Thank you very much in advance for your answers.

Julien.