Hi guyz, My question is very easy, I just don't convince by the distribution laws, and the professor of this subject isn't good in mathematics so he just written them on the board + i don't have right now a book for number theory...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Please answer these questions with complete details:

1-Why are the distinct particles distributed in this law in ALL LAYERS (Maxwell-Boltzmann) (more than one particle can take 1 cell)?

W=N! [Pi Product over i] ((gi^Ni)/Ni!)

i is the layer number, We have N distinct particles in the whole system, Ni Particles in the layer i, gi cells in the layer i

2-Why are the fermions distributed in this law in one layer (Fermi-Dirac) (I know that every fermion can take one cell)?

W=g!/(N!(g-N)!)

where we have g cells, N fermions

3-Why are the bosons distributed in this law in one layer (Boze-Einstein) (I know that all bosons can take one cell or more)?

W=(N+g-1)!/(N!(g-1)!)

I can't understand the distribution theories, any one can help?

Thanks

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