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Y→x A similar assertion holds for ν. Proof of claim: Choose yk ∈ Rn with yk → x. Set fk := χB(yk ,r) and f = χB(x,r) . Then lim sup fk ≤ f k→∞ and so lim inf (1 − fk ) ≥ (1 − f ). k→∞ Thus by Fatou’s Lemma, B(x,2r) (1 − f ) dµ ≤ lim inf (1 − fk ) dµ B(x,2r) k→∞ ≤ lim inf k→∞ B(x,2r) (1 − fk ) dµ; that is, µ(B(x, 2r)) − µ(B(x, r)) ≤ lim inf (µ(B(x, 2r)) − µ(B(yk , r))). k→∞ Now since µ is a Radon measure, µ(B(x, 2r)) < ∞; the claim follows. 3. Claim #3: Dµ ν is µ-measurable. Proof of claim: According to Claim #2, for all r > 0, the functions x → µ(B(x, r)) and x → ν(B(x, r)) are upper semicontinuous and thus Borel measurable.

Claim: There exists a finite collection {Bi }M i=1 of disjoint closed balls in U such that diam Bi < δ for i = 1, . . , M1 , and M1 L n U− Bi i=1 ≤ θLn (U ). (⋆) 38 General Measure Theory Proof of claim: Let F1 := {B ⊆ U | diam B < δ}. By the Vitali Covering Theorem there exists a countable disjoint family G1 ⊆ F1 such that ˆ U⊆ B. B∈G1 Thus Ln (U ) ≤ B∈G1 ˆ = 5n Ln (B) B∈G1 Ln (B) = 5n Ln B . B∈G1 Hence Ln ≥ B B∈G1 1 n L (U ), 5n and consequently Ln U − B B∈G1 ≤ 1− 1 5n Ln (U ). Since G1 is countable and since 1 − 51n < θ < 1, there exist finitely many balls B1 , .

Choose G as in the proof of the Vitali Covering Theorem and select {B1 , . . , Bm } ⊆ F . m If A ⊆ ∪m k=1 Bk , we are done. Otherwise, let x ∈ A − ∪k=1 Bk . Since the balls in F are closed and F is a fine cover, there exists B ∈ F with x ∈ B and B ∩ Bk = ∅ for k = 1, . . , m. But then, from the claim in the proof above, there exists a ball B ′ ∈ G such that B ∩ B ′ = ∅ and ˆ ′. so B ⊆ B Next we show we can measure and theoretically “fill up” an arbitrary open set with many countably disjoint closed balls.