1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Q) 1]Neutral pion decays into 2 photons which then decay into electron-positron pairs. What would the feynman diagram look like? 2] Why is this decay of the neutral pion difficult to identify in bumble chambers? 2. Relevant equations feynman diagram 3. The attempt at a solution 1]neutral pion enters feynman diagram with arrow point in, then separating into 2 photons show by squiggly lines. both of these photons then separate creatin the electron-positron annihilation shown by e- meeting the photon and e+ meeting the photon ??? 2]hard to detect as photons are invisible and only show up when interacting with as particle and can have gaps between their interactions like with the electron-positron shown here ???