When we consider the real world around us, most of everything from plain quantum theory up to Newtonian or relativistic physics becomes rather impractical to use - instead, we find assigning probabilities to different states, rather than tracing exactly which state all the particles are in, to be a lot more practical. This is statistical physics.

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Statistical Physics

Too many particles, not enough grad students

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