Consider an object containing 9 one-dimensional oscillators (this object could represent a model of 3 atoms in an Einstein solid). There are 5 quanta of vibrational energy in the object. (a) How many microstates are there, all with the same energy? 1287 microstates (b) If you examined a collection of 30000 objects of this kind, each containing 5 quanta of energy, about how many of these objects would you expect to find in the microstate 000000005? I got part (a) but I don't know exactly what question 4 is asking? Thanks for the help.