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Re: Dirac Delta Function



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> 
> Is there a way to incorporate the Dirca Delta function into Mathematica? 
> I'd like to have a function like f=Dirac[t]+Dirac[t-1]
> 
> such that 
> Integrate[t f,{t,-1,2}]
> Yields 1.
> 
> JS
> 
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> 

Hello,

The standard Package
	Calculus`DiracDelta`
has the function
	DiracDelta[x]
that seems good for your pourposes.

I hope this help,
		    Jesus ROJO

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