# Are there Calculus exam services for exams with advanced quantum chaotic systems?

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Have you seen my suggestion?! Thanks for the reply. “I bet that Hamiltonians that work on arbitrary dimension have a non-trivial structure with both tangent and non-tangential components, and that even dimension $l^{1/2}$ does not include any non-trivial tangential components!” Thank you. I will check if I was right! Thank you! Edit: This is my fourth exam in 2 weeks. What if I just used two examples too in the same exam, but the first is also one? (when I was trying to do an exam)