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How to solve question no. 35?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Since the particle is spinless, spin = 0 , this means that the particle is a boson.

Applying Bose - Einstein distribution function,

## f(E) = \frac1 { e^{\beta ( E - \mu)} -1}##

I can get the value of ##\beta ## and ##\mu## [as this distribution function tells us the no. of particles having the energy E of a given system.

Since I have LHS for two given values of E, I have 2 eqns. and hence I can determine ##\beta ## and ##\mu## .

Now, what to do?

How to connect this with the given information in question?

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# Homework Help: No. of spinless particles in the left half of a box

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