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Let me explain my question on an example.

Suppose there are 3 non-interacting particle and 4 one-particle states and all possible thermodynamic states (TDS) are listed for MB, BE, FD statistics.

The picture gives the summary of the macrostates.

My question is:

For each part (MB, BE, FD), which thermodynamic states are important in the classical regime?

Frankly speaking, I do not truly understand what the "importance in the classical regime" mean. Can anybody explain?

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