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Summary: A proof is given that: If a random displacement y1 , y2 , ... , yn with probability distribution df=Φ(y1 , ... , yn) dy1 ... dyn is added to a point at X1, ..., Xn then the probability that it (i.e. X1+y1 , ... , Xn+yn) should still be within a space V is maximal if, and only if, X1 ... Xn satisfy the equation (8). (See next note).
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