# calculus2

Find two non-Riemann integrable functions whose sum is not Riemann integrable.

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1. An example of this is the function that is 1 on any rational number and 0 elsewhere.

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2. And what would the second function be?

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3. You can change 1 and 0.

The simplest example of non-integrable function are: 1/x in the interval [0, b]

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