Restriction of Measurable Function is Measurable on Trace Sigma-Algebra

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Let $\struct {X, \Sigma}$ be a measurable space.

Let $f : X \to \overline \R$ be a $\Sigma$-measurable functions.

Let $E \in \Sigma$.

Let $\Sigma_E$ be the trace $\sigma$-algebra of $E$ in $\Sigma$.

Then the restriction $f \restriction_E$ is $\Sigma_E$-measurable.


From the definition of a $\Sigma_E$-measurable function, we aim to show that:

$\set {x \in E : \map f x \le \alpha} \in \Sigma_E$

for each $\alpha \in \R$.

Let $\alpha \in \R$.

We have:

$\set {x \in E : \map f x \le \alpha} = \set {x \in X : \map f x \le \alpha} \cap E$

Since $f$ is $\Sigma$-measurable, we have:

$\set {x \in X : \map f x \le \alpha} \in E$

So, from the definition of trace $\sigma$-algebra, we have:

$\set {x \in X : \map f x \le \alpha} \cap E \in \Sigma_E$

So we have:

$\set {x \in E : \map f x \le \alpha} \in \Sigma_E$

for each $\alpha \in \R$.


$f \restriction_E$ is $\Sigma_E$-measurable.