What is the difference between q.analogues.q_binomial(n,k) and gaussian_binomial(n,k)? Superficially they seem to be the same.

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What is the difference between q.analogues.q_binomial(n,k) and gaussian_binomial(n,k)? Superficially they seem to be the same.

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What is the difference between ~~q.analogues.q_binomial(n,k) ~~`q.analogues.q_binomial(n,k)`

and ~~gaussian_binomial(n,k)?
~~`gaussian_binomial(n,k)`

?
Superficially they seem to be the same.

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What is the difference between `q.analogues.q_binomial(n,k)`

and `gaussian_binomial(n,k)`

?
Superficially they seem to be the same.

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