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It suffices to show that f^2 is integrable, since

fg= [(f+g)^2-(f-g)^2]/4

The function x --> x^2 is uniformly continuous on the range of f,

im not sure how to turn this into a formal proof, im lost

Riemann integration

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# Homework Help: Prove that if f and g are integrable on [a, b], then so is fg

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