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It is well known that

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\int f(x) \delta(x-a) dx = f(a) \quad\mathrm{and}\\

\int f(x) \delta^{(n)}(x-a) dx = (-1)^n f^{(n)}(a)

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Similarly, Is there a way to express a distribution integral with multiplicative Diracs in a compact form (e.g., a sum)?

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\int f(x) \delta(t-x-l_1) \delta(t-x-l_2) dx

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Thanks,

divB

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# Dirac Distribution with 2 Diracs

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