Find a function f such that f is in L^P(R) but not in L^Q(R) for p not equal to q, where R is the set of real numers.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm guessing I need to find a function that only blows up when it is raised to the qth power, but I am having some difficulty proving this.

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# Homework Help: L^p spaces are not equivalent for infinite measure sets

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