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I'm aware that in Lebesgue analysis, one can interchange between the sum of infinite terms of an integral to the integral of a sum of infinite terms,... but what about a sum of finite terms? If the sum goes to N rather than infinity, can a sum inside an integral still be taken outside?

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# Lebesgue analysis

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