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Bol'tsman comes from statistics of similar (=indistinguashable) particles: n(E)=(exp(E/kT)+/-1)^{-1}, plus corresponds to fermions minus - to bosons. In the classic case (kT<<E) you get n(E) ~ exp(-E/kT) which is Boltsmann distribution.

Statistics of similar particles is just a combinatorics (permutations and combinations), which in turn comes from arithmetic.

Statistics of similar particles is just a combinatorics (permutations and combinations), which in turn comes from arithmetic.

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