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    Show that each bounded function F of bounded variation gives rise to a finite signed Baire measure v such that

    v (a,b] = F(b+) minus F(a+)

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    Signed Baire measure
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    Show that each bounded function F of bounded variation
    gives rise to a finite signed Baire measure v such that

    v (a,b] = F(b+) minus F(a+)

    RECALL:

    A measure  on (X, M) is a Baire measure on X, if (E) <  where E is a bounded(Borel)set.

    If  is a finite Baire measure. Then we have:

    F(x): = ((-, x]), where F is the cumulative ...

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