Let g:[0,1]--[0,1] be defined by g(x)=1 for x belongs to (0,1] and g(0)=0. Prove that g belongs to R[0,1]?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

and evaluate integral of g with lower limit 0 and upper limit 1.. I will really appreciate the ansawer. thanks

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# Question REgarding Reimann integral

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