Unformatted text preview: is given by the binomial formula (2.02), as explained in the Problem. Do additional part (c): Show that in the limit s ± 1, the probability distribution p s ( m ) becomes a Gaussian function of m . In this limit, you may treat s and m as continuous variables. 3. Problem 2.4, Virial theorem in classical mechanics. 4. Problem 2.9, Roll a die 4 times. 5. Problem 2.14, Virial theorem for an anharmonic oscillator. 6. Problem 2.18, Equation of state for a gas of photons....
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- Spring '08
- Work, Fundamental physics concepts, Statistical Physics, Professor Victor Yakovenko