Hello I'm trying to figure out how to evaluate(in the distribution sense)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[itex]\delta'(g(x))[/itex]. Where [itex]\delta(x)[/itex] is the dirac delta function. Please notice that what I want to evaluate is not [itex] \frac{d}{dx}(\delta(g(x)))[/itex] but the derivative of the delta function calculated in g(x).

If anyone could post a proof, an idea to find the proof or a link it would be greatly appreciated!

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# Derivative of Dirac Delta function

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