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College Circulatory and Immune Systems
Continuing Education Atmosphere
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
Osmosis produces a force known as
  1. homeostasis.
  2. facilitated pressure.
  3. isotonic pressure.
  4. osmotic pressure.
College Medical Terms
This lower number of the blood pressure reading reflects the amount of pressure on the arteries of the heart while at rest
  1. chronic high blood pressure
  2. Systolic blood pressure
  3. Blood pressure
  4. diastolic blood pressure
Grade 10 Matter
Which of the following occurs when you increase the temperature of a gas?
  1. The pressure decreases.
  2. The pressure remains the same.
  3. The pressure increases.
  4. The pressure remains the same, but volume increases.
Grade 10 Matter
According to the Kinetic Molecular Theory, when you increase a gas' volume, the
  1. pressure increases.
  2. pressure decreases.
  3. pressure remains constant.
  4. pressure remains constant, but the temperature increases.
Grade 4 Atmosphere
Areas where pressure is higher than the surrounding air are called
  1. high-pressure areas.
  2. low-pressure areas.
  3. medium-pressure areas.
  4. solid-pressure areas.
College Circulatory and Immune Systems
The most important force driving reabsorption at the venous end of the capillary is                                      .
  1. oncotic pressure
  2. tissue fluid colloid osmotic pressure
  3. blood colloid somatic pressure
  4. interstitial hydrostatic pressure
  5. blood hydrostatic pressure
College Medical Terms
College Circulatory and Immune Systems
The most important force driving filitration at the arterial end of the capillary is                                      .
  1. oncotic pressure
  2. tissue fluid colloid osmotic pressure
  3. blood colloid somatic pressure
  4. interstitial hydrostatic pressure
  5. blood hydrostatic pressure
Grade 12 Properties of Matter
Under what conditions does the Van der Waals equation get reduced to PV = RT?
  1. At low pressure
  2. At high pressure
  3. At extremely low pressure and high temperature
  4. At extremely high pressure and low temperature
Grade 10 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Grade 9 Properties of Matter
Boyle's Law states that an inverse relationship exists between
  1. pressure and temperature.
  2. volume and pressure.
  3. volume and temperature.
  4. pressure and density.
  5. temperature and density.
College Circulatory and Immune Systems
Pressure during ventricular contraction is called                   .
  1. Diastolic pressure
  2. Vasodialation
  3. Systolic pressure
  4. Vasoconstriction
Continuing Education Atmosphere
When a wing is producing lift, due to Bernoulli's principle, where are the pressures located?
  1. High pressure on top of the wing and low pressure on the bottom of the wing
  2. High pressure on the bottom of the wing and low pressure on top of the wing
  3. Low pressure on top of the wing and low pressure on the bottom of the wing
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