GR0177 #77



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Ning Bao 20080201 07:39:44  Quick elimination: higher states are less likely>D or E.
Ratio of given energy to kT mist be important: as Energy of A increases, likelihood in state A decreases >E.  

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gbenga 20141018 22:35:18  semifast soln: rn rnThis power is negative so A,B, & C are eliminated. The denominator is small so D is unlikely. Remaining is E   gbenga 20141018 22:32:03  semifast soln:
This power is negative so A,B, & C are eliminated. The denominator is small so D is unlikely. Remaining is E   QuantumCat 20140901 10:39:10  A quick way to solve this problem (knowing that the occupation number depends on the energy) is to say that state B is at zero energy so that the exponential for state B just becomes 1, which is infinitely easier to deal with.   Ning Bao 20080201 07:39:44  Quick elimination: higher states are less likely>D or E.
Ratio of given energy to kT mist be important: as Energy of A increases, likelihood in state A decreases >E.  

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