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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

can I know why the number of partitions separating different states have to be taken into account for the derivation of number of states in an ideal Bose Gas but not in the Fermi Gas?

What is the physical significance of this "partition"? In what ways can they vary?

can I know why the number of partitions separating different states have to be taken into account for the derivation of number of states in an ideal Bose Gas but not in the Fermi Gas?

What is the physical significance of this "partition"? In what ways can they vary?