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Actually, I am trying to learn monotone convergence theorem, and I am stuck at one specific point, on the first page it says that ∫-∞→∞ f_n(x)dx = 1 for every n but the almost everywhere limit function is identically zero, what does it mean? how come the first is equal to 1 and the other is equal to zero??????

Thanks in advance.

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# Monotone convergence - help required

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