Are you looking for specs on the cartridge itself or a firearm for which it was chambered? To make your search easier, the .38 Colt New Police is the same as the .38 S&W cartridge. Not that this is not the same cartridge as the .38 S&W Special as they are totally different.
Contact Colt- there is no public database. Sorry.
Don't know the value,but it was produced around 1952.
Your colt was made in 1964.
Proofhouse.com has Colt sn data.
50- 300 usd
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All NP complete problems are NP hard problems when solved in a different way. But, all NP hard problems are not NP complete. Ex: 1. Traveling salesman problem. It is both NP hard and NP complete. We can find that whether the solution is correct or not in the given period of time. In this way, it is NP complete. But, to find the shortest path, i.e. optimization of Traveling Salesman problem is NP hard. If there will be changing costs, then every time when the salesperson returns to the source node, then he will be having different shortest path. In this way, it is hard to solve. It cannot be solved in the polynomial time. In this way, it is NP hard problem. 2. Halting problem. 3. Sum of subset problem.
It depends but mostly np
A problem is 'in NP' if there exists a polynomial time complexity algorithm which runs on a Non-Deterministic Turing Machine that solves it. A problem is 'NP Hard' if all problems in NP can be reduced to it in polynomial time, or equivalently if there is a polynomial-time reduction of any other NP Hard problem to it. A problem is NP Complete if it is both in NP and NP hard.
If you mean the interior plains of the USA, these would include Badlands NP and Theodore Roosevelt NP. If you include the interior plains of Canada, then add Elk Island NP, Grasslands NP, Riding Mountain NP; and perhaps Prince Albert NP and Wood Buffalo NP.
np simply means no problem