The number of elements of a pid may be finite or countably infinite...or infinite also....but a finite field is always a pid
The phone number of the Ideal Public Library is: 478-949-2720.
Shian-ming Chang has written: 'On the principal-ideal property in number fields' -- subject(s): Class field theory, Algebraic fields
The ideal number of times one must brush in a day is
the ideal numbers are SUPPOSED to be none. or 2 at the most.
Anything with the fish is ideal because itss the symbol of Christ
a gas under ideal conditions
ideal length isn't the ideal measurement, it is usually the number of "points" How many tips each antler has that people talk about.
An ideal home is different for everyone because of personal taste and what each person considers ideal. An ideal home is one located in the area a person desires with the number of rooms they want and with the design they like.
Ideal mechanical advantage is a numerical ratio. It's a naked number without a unit.
The channel number for Ideal World Shopping on Virgin media is 747. Ideal World is a shopping channel that was found in the 1970 and have been broadcasting live for up to 17 hours a day.
An ideal work environment is one which the number of employees is directly proportional to the work load that they are supposed to do.
There is no such law. The Ideal Gas Law states that pressure is proportional to the number of molecules Pressure x Volume = number x Ideal gas constant x Temperature
Vithoon Pongparit has written: 'On the rational approximations to the ideal delay function and their time-domain optimization' -- subject(s): Delay lines
There are a number of ways you could describe your ideal work colleague. You could say that you'd like them to be friendly for example.
This form should include elements such as: + Performance results + Career development + Employee ideals...
2-8 (ideal number is 6)
number of moles of gas particles
There are a number of different adjectives you could use to describe your ideal manager. You could say your manager is nice and willing to work with you for example.
The band of stability is a way of viewing which isotopes of the elements are stable. If you make a graph of number of neutrons versus number of protons of the stable isotopes, you find that the stable isotopes make a thick curved line on the graph which is called the "band of stability." The lighter elements tend to have the number of neutrons equal to number of protons. The heavier elements tend to have more neutrons than protons. The band of stability can help you to predict the behavior of unstable radioactive isotopes as well, because you can predict which decay process will move the element closer to the "band of stability" so it will have the ideal ratio of neutrons to protons.