Consider the quote ''The macrostate which corresponds to the highest number of microstates which result in that macrostate, is the state which will be observed.'' Can someone specify in which context this is correct because I'm quite confused by it. If I have an isolated box with N particles in it, clearly it has some definite macrostate. Then the macrostate is definite, and not decided by the highest number of microstates. So I'd like some elaboration on what it means.