By Kai Lai Chung

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F E ,A6. }1 wIth respect to (n, qT, E7'). 21. Suppose that F has all the defining properties of a dJ. except that it is not assumed to be right continuous. 2 and Lemma remain valid with F replaced by ft, provided that we replace F(x), F(b), F(a) in (4) and (5) by F(x±), F(b± ). F(a± ), respectively. 4? 22. F. P(F) = 0. 7 that is disjoint from all the atoms. P-null set. 23. m. g; is atomless. then given any a in [0. ,h with ::P(E) = a. [HINT: Prove first that there exists E with "arbitrarily small" plObability.

X2) - {cf (X)}2. Vie note the inequality o-2(X):::: {(X 2 ), which will be used a good deal in Chapter 5. Y, :P) iff ([ (IXIP) < 00. 50 I RANDOM VARIABLE. EXPECTATION. , Natanson [3]) may be written as follows. 's, 1 < p < 00 and 1/ p + l/q = 1, then :s ct'(IXIP)I/p 0'(IYI Q )I/q, {{(IX + YIP)}I/p :s cf(IXIP)I/p + (t(IYIP)I/p. (18) I cf(XY)1 (19) If Y = 1 in (18), :s cf(IXYI) we obtain (20) for p = 2, (18) is called the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality. Replacing IXI by IXl r , where 0 < r < p, and writing r' = pr in (20) we obtain (21) The last will be referred to as the Liapounov inequality.

E. on A, then £Xdg:>~ (v) Monotonicity. If X I O. e. on A, £ Xl dg:>:s £ X dg:>:s (vi) Mean value theorem. If a a9(A) < then £ X2dg:>. e. on A, then £ Xd9 < b9(A). (vii) Modulus inequality. (viii) Dominated convergence theorem. e. e. on A, with fA Y dg:> < 00, then (5) lim J Xn d9 ( X d9 J lim Xn d9. A n-+oo (ix) Bounded convergence theorem. e. e. on A, then (5) is true. ex) Monotone convergence theorem. e. on A, then (5) is again true provided that +00 is allowed as a value for either member. The condition "Xn ~ 0" may be weakened to: "0"(X'l) > -00 for some n".