Imagine that there exists a third type of particle which can share a single-particle state with one other particle of the same type but no more. Thus the number of these particles in any state can be 0, 1, or 2. Derive the distribution function for the average occupancy of a state by particles of this type, and plot the occupancy as a function of the state ’s energy, for several different temperatures.

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