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OK, so my basic understanding of Dirac Delta Function is that it shows the probability of finding a point at [tex](p,q)[/tex] at time [tex]t[/tex]. Dirac Delta is 0 everywhere except for [tex](p_{0},q_{0})[/tex].

So my question comes

Is it possible that a point enters the [tex](p_{0},q_{0})[/tex] and stays there (for some period of time)? Then dirac's delta would have a chunk instead of one point missing, which does not match it's definition.

Correct me if I am wrong please

So my question comes

Is it possible that a point enters the [tex](p_{0},q_{0})[/tex] and stays there (for some period of time)? Then dirac's delta would have a chunk instead of one point missing, which does not match it's definition.

Correct me if I am wrong please

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