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Can one prove the identity

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\frac{\epsilon}{x^2 + \epsilon^2} \underset{\epsilon\to 0^+}{\to} \pi \delta(x)

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or is it just intuitively clear (by looking at a graph)?

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# Limit of Lorentz distributions

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