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OK, I think I see by taking one distribution to be uniform on [0,1] and the other to be uniform on [0.5,0.5+epsilon]. The same argument with a minus epsilon would show a counterexample for concave functions. Thanks you, that answers my question!
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OK, thanks, but I'm having trouble coming up with any counter-examples (pictorially, it seems counterintuitive). Could you give one or give me an idea of what to look for? Thank you!
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