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need help with statistic please.


New member
Oct 9, 2011
a system consists of n distinct particles, each of which can have an energy equal to kE[SUB]0 [/SUB]for k=0,1,2,.... if the total energy of the system is ME[SUB]0 [/SUB], where M is a positive integer, in how many ways can the total energy be distributed among particle?