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  1. #1 n particle probability density function divied by one paricle probablity density functions equal to n particle probability distribution function??? 
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    So, I have solide state physics curse at the University. I found this sentence in a book : The n particle probability density function divided by oneparticle probability function (particles of the system) is equal to the n particle probability distribution function.

    I can't understand this, please help me.


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