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im having trouble trying to show that the function

fn(x)=[x^(s-1)]/[e^x-1] is integrable for s>1

anybody have any ideas

also is it true that if a function is integrable it is equivalent to saying that the same function is riemann integrable?

thanxs

steven

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# Integrable functions please help

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