Fermi-dirac distribution

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An electron state has energy 0.14 eV above the Fermi energy. What is the probability that the electron state will be occupied at T = 200K?

do i just use the following formula?
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the part that throws me off is the "above the Fermi energy" bit. would i just plug that number in for E - Ef??
 

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CompuChip
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Yep, it means that E = EF + 0.14 eV, so E - EF = 0.14 eV.
 

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