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2007-08-17 19:19:27
2007-08-17 19:19:27

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I really think you should pay a visit to your doctor and get it checked out. It might be normal discharge, but it never hurts to have the advice of a professional.

No one know.... Since he's disappeared...

If the rate is constant, then measure the volume and note the time. Then take a second measurement and note the time. Subtract the two volumes to get the change in volume (it will be negative since the tank is discharging, but since we want the discharge rate, it will be expressed as a positive number). Next subtract the two times to get the change in time.Discharge rate = (change in volume) / (change in time).

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Constant, perhaps scalar constant. Since you could have a constant vector or other object, as well.

I have 3 credit cards since my Bk was discharged 18 months ago. Always pay before the due date. Have had a checking account for 18 months also, no overdrafts. My credit score is still only 650. Any advice?

No, but it can be dangerous since an electrostatic discharge can lead to explosions.

It is possible you are pregnant. As long as you have had a period since your miscarriage you know that your cycle is back on track. A brown discharge could be anything. Take a preg test and be sure.

Since I've been on depo I've had a lot of clear discharge that smells unusual too

The capacitor can discharge over the connecting wires; i.e., outside the capacitor. Some discharge can also occur over the dielectric, since it will not insulate completely.

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I'm sure it is. I not, we're in this together. I am 13 and have had discharge since I was 10 but still no period.

im 9 months but you'd be 8 months since you are 35 weeks.

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The time constant is equivalent to 1/(R*C); since C (the capacitance of the capacitor) is not changing, yes, the charging and discharging times will be the same, provided the Thevenin resistance is the same as well - if you charge a capacitor using a AA battery, then remove the battery, and discharge through a resistor, you have changed the Thevenin resistance, thus the discharge time will NOT be equal.

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