So the probabilistic studying of Quantum statistics of Böse-Einstein suggests that we permutate the number of objects (objects, are the blocks (Gi-1), and the particles in the boxes Ni) and divide those by Ni! And (Gi-1)! Because these particles are identical. But the case of Fermi-Dirac, where only one particle is allowed in a block(unlike the previous case of B.E where many particles are allowed per block), probabilistic studying of it suggests that we permutate an empty block by a block containing one particle.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is why didn't our probabilistic study in the first case suggests also the permutation with an empty block.

Don't hesistate to ask if the question is not clear enough.Thanks.

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