A. P* = P
B. P = P*
C. P= P*
D. None

B. P = P*

## (x) =0 if x=0 and I(x) =1 if x=0. I(x) is called.

A. Unity function
B. Union function
C. Unit step function
D. Constant function

C. Unit step function

A. F+g
B. f
C. g
D. l

B. f

## In fundamental theorem of calculus F on[a,b].

A. Constant
B. Integrable
C. Differentiable
D. None

C. Differentiable

## If total variation of f is finite then f is called.

A. Function with unbounded variation
B. Function having no variation
C. Function
D. Function of bounded variation

D. Function of bounded variation

## A real value monotone function on [a,b] is a.

A. Function of bounded variation
B. Function of unbounded variation
C. Undefined function
D. All above

A. Function of bounded variation

## A sequence in which every term is a function of x on set E called.

A. Sequence of set E
B. Sequence of x
C. Sequence of function
D. Unique sequence

C. Sequence of function

## If f is integrable then |f| is.

A. Differentiable
B. Undefined
C. Integrable
D. All above

C. Integrable

## Many partitions may have same.

A. Upper sum
B. Lower sum
C. Norm
D. Lower and upper sum