(t*y'(t))' = t*Dirac(t-2), t>0(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

we know that y(t) = 1 lim t--> o+

solve for y(t)

the solution says that by using

f(t)*Dirac_a(t) = f(a) * Dirac_a(t) we get

(t*y'(t))' = 2*Dirac(t-2) Dont see how they get that

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