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Then g is convex r U \ A is a set of measure zero, and g" is positive semidefinite on A. Proof. 51]) states t h a t the set U \ A is of measure zero. Fix x E U and y E ]RN arbitrarily. The function t ~-+ g(x + ty) is convex in a neighborhood of 0; consequently, its second derivative (y, (g"(x + ty))(y)) is nonnegative whenever it exists. Since g"(x) does exist, it must be t h a t g"(x) is positive semidefinite, for every x E A. "r : Fix x and y in U. By assumption and a Fubini argument, we obtain two sequences (xn) and (yn) in U with x~ --+ x, y~ --+ y, and t ~ g"(xn + t(y~ - x~)) exists almost everywhere on [0, 1].

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