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in AS, can you simply decide if a interaction occurs on lepton number in general? watch

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    so i know for an interaction to occur, charge and baryon no. are always conserved (and strangeness in strong interactions), however lepton no. is a bit weird. My teacher told me to simply use lepton number in general, but my revision guide says you must split it up into electron-lepton no. and muon-lepton no. So which one do i do?

    Split it up into electron-lepton number and muon-lepton number as they are different (muon leptons only when there are muons present in the interaction I think?) correct me if I'm wrong
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