I am uncertain if that particular statistic is accurate, but the vast majority of collisions ARE caused by driver inattention or error.
991 is a prime and so has no proper factors.
Operator error is the number one cause of all crashes.
OPERATOR ERROR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They would work all the time if people actually used their cars to do what they were intended to do!!!!!!!!!!!
gas particle collisions are considered to be perfectly random.
For a reaction to take place, the reactants must have sufficient energy and have correct orientation when they collide. So, the reason why all collisions don't lead to reaction is that the collisions do not satisfy these conditions.
With the collisions of two membranes
It is not mandatory.
Energy is always conserved.
There is no 3 mobile operator in Australia. In fact, there is no area code in Australia. All cell phone calls seem to all be local and not have any mobile operator.
No, java does not support explicit operator overloading. You can use an operator only for its intended purpose. But the "+" operator is implicitly overloaded. It can be used to add two numbers as well as concatenate two strings. Apart from this operator all other operators can be used only for their specific purpose.
A tour operator is an organisation like "Bolbom Tour Operator" who arranges and prepares all needs for you to have a hassle-free tour that you want. In short, it's a kind of company through which you can get all solution for all needs for your trip.
Usually all types of collisions, except for elastic collisions, as kinetic energy is usually lost as from deformation, heat, sound, etc.
A Boolean operator is any operator that returns true or false. False is typically denoted by the integer value 0 while all non-zero values equate to true. The less-than operator (<) is an example of a Boolean operator.
all languages is what a Delta Force operator needs in order to decrypt all codes in almost all languages.
If something is moving and has ANY mass it has inertia.
To stay out of all car collisions whether it's his fault or not.
17% or 1/3
The hamiltonian operator is the observable corresponding to the total energy of the system. As with all observables it is given by a hermitian or self adjoint operator. This is true whether the hamiltonian is limited to momentum or contains potential.
When the operator cannot be implemented as a member function of the class, and the operator requires access to some or all of the private members of the class.
They are not at all. The danger all comes from the operator.
All collisions are errors. If it gets bad enough, I would get a network admin to check it out. On well designed networks there should be little to none.
The statement is false as a generalization.