I think Schwartz proved that 2 distributions couldn,t be multiplied..but why?..if we had 2 delta functions then their "product" is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] \delta (x-a) \delta(x-b)=f(a,b,x) [/tex]

so i have obtained the product of 2 Dirac,s delta considering that delta is a distribution is not this a contradiction to Schwartz,s proof.

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# Why can,t we multiply two distributions?

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