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December 21, 2014

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science
why is it important for the intravenous fluids to have the same solute concentration as your blood? Answer: If the intravenous fluids did not have the same solute concentration, then the red blood cells would shrink, if the intravenous fluids were hypertonic or they would ...
September 23, 2008 by Lena

biochem.
why is it important for the intravenous fluids to have the same solute concentration as your blood? Answer: If the intravenous fluids did not have the same solute concentration, then the red blood cells would shrink, if the intravenous fluids were hypertonic or they would ...
September 23, 2008 by Lena

Science
How can you demonstrate that finely ground fluids are not fluids.
February 8, 2010 by sean

science
plz answer whar are quantitative properties? Which states of matter are considered fluids? list 4 properties of fluids? thankz alot
March 1, 2008 by plz help

Physics
A U-tube contains two fluids with densities ρ1 = 1070 kg/m3 and ρ2 = 595 kg/m3 as sketched below. What is the difference d in the heights of the top surfaces of the two fluids?
July 25, 2012 by Sierra

physics
Fluid A is more dense than fluid B 1. densities of the objects are more than the densities of the fluids, which object will have the greatest buoyant force when placed in the fluids. 2. densities of the objects are less than the densities of the fluids, which object will ...
October 27, 2006 by mitch

Science
true or false ___ fluids exert pressure in all directions. ___ the faster fluids move, the more pressure they exert.
April 16, 2011 by Roy S.

health
Which of the following is true? A. It would take three to five hours to hydrate the body after a water loss of 3 percent. B. A critical time to replace bodily fluids is while exercising. C. Mild food ingestion during exercise increases water absorption from the stomach during ...
August 27, 2008 by AK

Biology
Are IV fluids hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic? The tonicity depends on what fluids are being used in the IV. Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "IV fluids hypertonic hypotonic isotonic" to get these possible sources: http://www.efn....
February 27, 2007 by j

science
what is the standard for measuring volumes of fluids
November 27, 2010 by lee

8th grade
Are all viscosities of fluids the same?
January 10, 2010 by PEYTON

Science
What compounds are non-newtonian fluids except oobleck?
June 3, 2008 by Anonymous

Science
How do fluids move towards rocks??? plz answer me :D
December 13, 2011 by Andrew

science--plants
does anyone know where i can find a concept map of the transportation of fluids(in a plant)
October 27, 2008 by martha

Fluids
Calcu[ate the weight of a body in lb if it has a kinetic energy of 38.6 ft-Ib when moving at 19.5 mi/h
January 19, 2013 by Anonymous

Urinalysis Lab: Biology
What are 3 common tests done on bodily fluids, not including urine? :)
May 3, 2008 by Hannah

Science
Give an example that explains each below. a- *answered* b- fluids exert pressure
December 1, 2011 by Jada

Physical Science
The transfer of heat that takes place because of the density difference in fluids is
March 18, 2013 by L

science
_______ describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases.
August 28, 2014 by India

science - biology
If our cells and body fluids are hypertonic to the water of a swimming pool, then why do we not swell and pop when we go for a swim?
December 2, 2009 by Cyn

biology
A group of specialized cells that transport fluids and nutrients is called a. a multicellular autotroph b. a methanogen c. an aggregation d. vascular tissue A?
May 7, 2010 by Pamela

Physics: Fluids
A sample of an unknown material weighs 260 N in air and 175 N when immersed in alcohol of specific gravity 0.700.
December 2, 2010 by B.Ha

physics (fluids)
If a object of radius 3 cm is attached to the ground in a 3 m deep sea, what is the vertical force in N with which the water (density = 1000 kg/m^3) presses on it?
July 22, 2013 by andy

science
Why is the sperm of a guy thick? The sperm are not thick. Semen — the chalky to milky white, semi-viscous fluid that is ejaculated — contains sperm plus fluids from the seminal vesicles (almost 1/3 of the volume) and the prostate (about 2/3 of the volume) make up ...
November 21, 2006 by brenda

Child care
True or false? Universal precautins are treating blood or bodily fluids of all people as potential sources of infections.
December 18, 2010 by Tiara

Science
I dont noe ne thng about fluids. HELp..my test is in two days If you repost your question and spell the words right, I'll help you. lol pwnT
January 30, 2007 by Sana

Biology
I was wondering if you could double check my work thanks! Kidneys play a major homeostatic role in regulating body fluids. Which would not be a reasonable inference? A.
March 13, 2007 by Nelson

Health
The ________the concentration of HIV in semen or genital fluids, the more likely it is that HIV will be transmitted to a sex partner?
January 17, 2013 by Riley

heath
The ________the concentration of HIV in semen or genital fluids, the more likely it is that HIV will be transmitted to a sex partner
August 30, 2013 by sameerah

psychology
which of the following hormones is present in a woman's bloodstream right before she gives birth? A prostaglandis B androgen C amniotic fluids D oxytonic i believe the correct is D but i'm not sure
January 7, 2009 by tzeni

chemistry
At room temperature, 20° C, water (H2O) is a liquid and oxygen (O2) is a gas. Based on kinetic molecular theory, which answer best explains the states of the two fluids?
April 18, 2011 by Melanie

medicine
A cat on IV fluids must receive 30ml/hr of saline. The drip set provides 60gtt/ml. How many gtt/sec should the drip be?
September 20, 2010 by Jessica

health
The ________the concentration of HIV in semen or genital fluids, the more likely it is that HIV will be transmitted to a sex partner. A. Lower B. Weaker C. Higher D. All of the above
January 13, 2013 by sam

Health
The ________the concentration of HIV in semen or genital fluids, the more likely it is that HIV will be transmitted to a sex partner. A. Lower B. Weaker C. Higher D. All of the above
April 17, 2014 by Sarah

health
The ________the concentration of HIV in semen or genital fluids, the more likely it is that HIV will be transmitted to a sex partner. A. Lower B. Weaker C. Higher D. All of the above
October 2, 2014 by uvuv

biology
_______ is the tendency for the fluids to resist flow.______________ water is more vicious than warmer water, allowing floating organisms to use less energy to keep from sinking.
September 30, 2014 by bob

physics
to find angle of deviation with angle of incidence through a hollow prism with different transparent fluids(i.e ., water,kerosene,sprit,turpentine oil) with angle of incidenceof30,35,40,45,50,55,60 degree.
June 17, 2014 by geet

Science
Which of the following brake fluids is a strong paint solvent? DOT 1 DOT 2 DOT 3 DOT 5
September 12, 2012 by Vicky

Fluids
A pipe of constant diameter d = 10.5 cm carries water up a hill h = 38.1 m high. How much pressure is required at the bottom of the hill if the water is to reach the top? Any help would be great
March 9, 2012 by Sasha

Science: Fluids in motion
I'm just currently reading my science book and I just thought of a few questions.. Why are water molecules have a high attraction of glass? And why are their adhesion higher than their cohesion?
October 24, 2013 by Losa

college physics
"The Magnitude of the buoyant force is equal to the weight of fluid displaced” is a statement of which principle in the study of fluids? Select one: a. Pascal's Principle b. Archimedes' Principle c. Bernouilli’s Principle d. The Equation of Continuity
June 16, 2014 by allen

Fluids in motion
Lubricating oil, with a relative density of 0.79, flows around a 90º bend. The pipe diameter is 0.45m, and the oil has a pressure head of 7m and the flow is 1.7m3/s. Find the force exerted by the oil on the bend.
March 20, 2009 by Henri

physics, fluids
would I be correct if I explained the 3 expressions in Bernoulli's equation as representing: P is the pressure 1/2*rho*v squared is the kinetic energy rho*g*h is the gravitational kinetic energy. Or is it more complicate than that. Thanks
January 24, 2009 by charlie

Science
fluids are substances that can flow, include ________ and ________ and will flow from areas of low pressure to high pressure.
April 16, 2011 by Roy S.

Math
If 2 girls are filling 1 cup up equally with fluids? And 1 drinks it and then fills the cup up with a solid and the other girl proceeds to eat it and then refill the cup with and exact matter... will they both equally weigh the same as before they started?
September 15, 2010 by David B. Davidson

P.E. help please
1. Common emergencies include bone,joint, and muscle injuries. True*** False 2. If an individual suffers from heat exhaustion. DO NOT give him any fluids. It will only make it worse. True False*** 1.True 2. False Am I right
December 3, 2014 by callie

chemistry
Isotonic saline and is often given to patients intravenously to replenish lost fluids. Isotonic saline is a 0.9% 9G/100ml) solution of salty water. You are asked to make up 21 of isotonic saline. How much salt should you weigh out?
September 21, 2009 by jo

chemistry
Isotonic saline is often given to patients intravenously to replenish lost fluids. Isotonic saline is a 0.9g/100ml solution of salty water. You are asked to make up 2:1 of isotonic saline. How much salt should you weigh out?
September 21, 2009 by jo

science
1. Which of the following is TRUE regarding this situation: Solution A has a pH of 7.38, and Solution B has a pH of 7.42? a.Solution B is more acidic than Solution A b.The pH of Solution A falls within the homeostatic pH range for extracellular body fluids, but the pH of ...
January 28, 2013 by a

Science
Physical properties used to indicate temperature changes include all of the following except a. color changes of liquid crystals b. volume changes of fluids and solids c. changes in electrical resistance d. odor changes in solids
April 3, 2014 by Red

Physics (fluids)
1. You have a large wind tunnel of cross-sectional area 0.61[m2]. The wind speed is 4[ms-1]. Assume air density is 1 [kgm-3]. The Drag is 2.3[N]. What is the coeffecient of drag for the shape that has diameter 7.32[cm]? . Use three sig. figs. or N/A if there is not enough ...
April 7, 2013 by Robert

Physics - Fluids
A cylindrical diving bell 3.0 m in diameter and 4 m tall with an open top of 25 degrees celsius, and the air temp 220 down is 5 degrees celsius. The density of seawater is 1025 kg/m^3. How high does the sea water rise in the bell when the bell is submerged?
December 17, 2008 by Peter

science
can someone edit my lab report please? Here it is Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to distinguish six substances observing how they react in fluids and to identify them by their properties. My hypothesis by the end of this experiment, I will discover what the ...
September 20, 2006 by the shadow

AP CHEMISTRY
A buffer, consisting of H2PO4− and HPO42−, helps control the pH of physiological fluids. Many carbonated soft drinks also use this buffer system. What is the pH of a soft drink in which the major buffer ingredients are 7.20 g of NaH2PO4 and 4.90 g of Na2HPO4 per ...
March 3, 2012 by MARY

AP Chemistry
A buffer, consisting of H2PO4− and HPO42−, helps control the pH of physiological fluids. Many carbonated soft drinks also use this buffer system. What is the pH of a soft drink in which the major buffer ingredients are 7.20 g of NaH2PO4 and 4.90 g of Na2HPO4 per ...
March 12, 2012 by HELP PLEASE

Living a Healthy Life
What are the three methods by which HIV and AIDS are usually transmitted? A. Breastfeeding, sexual intercourse, and shared blood B. Air, water, and shared bodily fluids C. Skin contact, sexual intercourse, and shared clothing D. Sex, food, and drink A.
November 22, 2014 by Amanda

Ap Physics (Fluids and Pressure_
a) What is the gauge pressure of water at a depth of 38.7 m? kPa b) What is the actual pressure of water at this depth? kPa what formulas do i use and how do i do this?
November 12, 2009 by Jessica

Physics
A block of mass 20 g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on one side of a U-tube as shown below. The U-tube contains two different fluids with densities ρ1 = 965 kg/m3 and ρ2 = 550 kg/m3 and has a cross sectional area A = 5.5 10-4 m2. The surfaces...
July 25, 2012 by Sierra

Health/ Basic Clinical Procedures
please check my answer thanks Standard and Transmission-Based Precautions have been adopted by most health care facilities and entail using what when in contact with all bosy fluids A. clean linens B protective equipment C. antimicrobial cleansers D. disinfectant I pick B tho ...
April 17, 2008 by Helana

Physics
A bucket is filled with a combination of water (density 1,000 kg/m3) and oil (density 700 kg/m3). These fluids do not mix. (The oil will float on top of the water.) If the layer of oil is 63 cm tall, what is the pressure at the interface between the oil and the water?
July 25, 2012 by Sierra

texas A&M university
A commonly used rule of thumb is that the average velocity in pipe should be about 1m/s or less"thin" fluids( viscosity about water). if pipe needs to deliver 6000m of water per day, what diameter is required to satisfy the 1-m/s rule?
October 29, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics - fluids
A solid cylinder (radius = 0.170 m, height = 0.150 m) has a mass of 7.00 kg. This cylinder is floating in water. Then oil (ñ = 0.866 kg/m3) is poured on top of the water until the situation shown in the drawing results. How much of the height of the cylinder is in the oil?
November 24, 2009 by Erin

Biology help :(
Place the following process in the correct order. a) urine is stored in the bladder. b) blood enters the afferent arteriole. c) fluids pass from the glomerulus into Bowman's capsule. d) urine is excreted by the urethra. e) sodium ions, glucose and amino acids are actively ...
January 17, 2011 by Brianna

Physics
A man 1.80 m tall walks at 2.00m/s perpendicular to a horizontal magnetic field of 5.0 T; that is, he walks between the pole faces of a very big magnet. Given that his body is full of conducting fluids, estimate the potential difference induced between his head and feet. I ...
November 13, 2011 by Jasmine

Aerospace
In case you didnt already know VASTS has to do with aerospace and what not...this was one of the questions on our discussion forum....this is exactly what it says-- Rags, tie wraps, and safety wire are examples of ______ contamination? ....there was a similar question that ...
April 25, 2013 by red

statistics
An air gap exists between fluids in a bottle and the cap of the bottle. At a firm producing olive oil, the gap is critical to the shelf life of their product. If the recent information reveals that the average gap is 9.46 mm with a standard deviation of 0.233, calculate the ...
November 30, 2014 by Deeptimaan

Physics - Fluids
A cube of side length 11.0 cm and made of unknown material floats at the surface between water and oil. The oil has a density of 810 kg/m^3. a)If the cube floats so that it is 70% in the water and 30% in the oil, what is the mass of the cube? b)What is the buoyant force on the...
April 25, 2008 by Nik

AP Physics - Fluids
A 6.0-cm diameter horizontal pipe gradually narrows to 4.0 cm. When water flows through this pipe at a certain rate, the gauge pressure in these two sections is 32 kPa and 24 kPa, respectively. What is the volume rate of flow? I know to use Bernoulli's Equation and the ...
November 20, 2009 by Henry

physics - fluids
A fire hose exerts a force on the person holding it. This is because the water accelerates as it goes from the hose through the nozzle. How much force is required to hold a 7.5 cm diameter hose delivering 450 L/min through a 0.80cm diameter nozzle?
May 2, 2008 by Nik

Physics
Bernoulli's equation is an expression of: the conservation of mass the conservation of total energy the conservation of kinetic energy the conservation of momentum the conservation of velocity My ans: the equation states that it should be a constant when there is a streamline ...
December 2, 2009 by Nikita

Physics-Check my answers
when combing you hair you scuff electrons from your hair onto the comb.is your hair then positively or negativley charged?How about the comb? -Your hair is postively charged, while the comb is negatively charged Why are the tires for trucks carrying gasoline and other ...
November 6, 2007 by Soly

physics
A block of mass 20 g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on the right side of a U-tube. The U-tube contains two different fluids with densities ρ1 = 900 kg/m^3 and ρ2 = 630 kg/m^3 and has a cross sectional area A = 5.3x10^-4 m^2. The surfaces are ...
May 6, 2014 by Sarah

physics
A block of mass 20 g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on the right side of a U-tube. The U-tube contains two different fluids with densities ρ1 = 900 kg/m^3 and ρ2 = 630 kg/m^3 and has a cross sectional area A = 5.3x10^-4 m^2. The surfaces are ...
May 6, 2014 by Sarah

physics
A block of mass 20 g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on the right side of a U-tube. The U-tube contains two different fluids with densities ρ1 = 900 kg/m^3 and ρ2 = 630 kg/m^3 and has a cross sectional area A = 5.3x10^-4 m^2. The surfaces are ...
May 6, 2014 by Sarah

Physics
A block of mass 20 g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on the right side of a U-tube. The U-tube contains two different fluids with densities ρ1 = 900 kg/m^3 and ρ2 = 630 kg/m^3 and has a cross sectional area A = 5.3x10^-4 m^2. The surfaces are ...
May 6, 2014 by Irene

health
Which of the following is true? A. It would take three to five hours to hydrate the body after a water loss of 3 percent. B. A critical time to replace bodily fluids is while exercising. C. Mild food ingestion during exercise increases water absorption from the stomach during ...
August 27, 2008 by AK

mechanics and fluids
a block of mass 6 kg resting on a horizontal surface is connected by a cord passing over a light, frictionless pulley to a hanging block of mass 4 kg. the coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the horizontal surface is 0.5. after the block are released, find ...
September 8, 2014 by francis

Thermodynamics- Fluids Mechanics
The viscosity of a fluid is to be measured by a viscometer constructed of two 3-ft-long concentric cylinders. The inner diameter of the outer cylinder is 6 in, and the gap between the two cylinders is 0.05 in. The outer cylinder is rotated at 250 rpm, and the torque is ...
January 22, 2012 by Angel

help
The hypothalamus secretes a hormone called GnRH that makes the anterior pituitary gland release FSH, referred to as (A)__________ hormone, and LH, or luteinizing hormone. As the levels of these two hormones increase, the oocyte and layer of cells that nourish it grow. As this ...
May 20, 2014 by Annmarie

biology
The hypothalamus secretes a hormone called GnRH that makes the anterior pituitary gland release FSH, referred to as (A)__________ hormone, and LH, or luteinizing hormone. As the levels of these two hormones increase, the oocyte and layer of cells that nourish it grow. As this ...
May 20, 2014 by Sandra

tight junctions
prevent the contents of the intestine from mixing with bodily fluid on the other side of the epithelium? The statement you made could be true...I'm not exactly sure what you were trying to ask, though... sorry, was asking if tight junctions prevent the contents of the ...
February 6, 2007 by Nadia

Physics Help!!! solids and fluids
During a transatlantic flight, you drink a bottle of water and tightly close its lid again. Back on the ground during taxiing to the terminal, you notice that the thin plastic bottle is crushed, and you eyeball it to be only about 80 percent of its original volume (the photo ...
November 8, 2010 by Molly

Physics
A block of mass 20g sits at rest on a plate that is at the top of the fluid on one side of a u-tube as shown in figure P10.38. The u tube contains two different fluids with densities p1= 1000 kg/m^3 and p2= 600 kg/m^3 and has a cross sectional area of A= 5.0 x10^-4 m^2. If the...
June 27, 2012 by Jackie

Fluid Mechanics
An ideal mixing (total volume inlet = total volume outlet) of two incompressible fluids which is between water and methanol (SG =0.85) is coming from two inlets. At inlet 1, water enter at 9 m/s and at inlet 2, methanol enter at 7 m/s. The diameter of inlet 1 and 2 is 4 cm and...
November 1, 2014 by Farah

Anatomy and Physiology
Urine passes from the bladder to the outside of the body through a tube called the .Urethra Muscles are attached to bones by structures called .Tendons Communication, integration, and control are the primary functions of two body systems called and . Nervous and Endocrine The ...
January 12, 2011 by Erica

Chemistry: Check please, these are hw assignments
1. Gases can be considered fluids. a.) True b.) False Answer: False 2.Gases are not easily compressed. a.) True b.) False Answer: True 3. Gases spread to fill out space. a.) True b.) False Answer: True 4. Increased pressure on a gas at constant temperature will cause the ...
April 2, 2011 by Cheryl

Physics
In a machine, an ideal fluid with a density of 0.9*10^3 kg/m^3 and a pressure of 1.3*10^5 Pa flows at a velocity of 6.0 m/s through a level tube with a readius of 0.5 cm. This tube connects to a level tube that has a radius of 1.5 cm. How fast does the water flow in the larger...
May 13, 2007 by Anonymous

Physics Fluids
When a crown of mass 14.7 kg is submerged in water, an accurate scale reads only 13.4 kg. Is the crown made of real gold? Ok How do I do this problem I set up my free body diagram Net Force = ma = 0= Ft + Fb - Fg were Ft is the force of tension on the scale that was used to ...
October 23, 2009 by Physics Fluids

Health (Ms. Sue)
Explain the relationship between the key terms in each of the following pairs. a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive b. HIV and universal precautions A: a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive correspond with each other as HIV positive, which describes a person who tests ...
January 3, 2014 by Anonymous

science
. What is cystitis? A. A congenital condition of the kidneys B. Inflammation of cysts in any organ C. A type of urinary tract infection D. Irritation of the urethra and/or meatus 9. Uremia is the result of A. electrolye imbalance in the intracellular body fluids. B. a high ...
November 12, 2010 by TONY

Physics - Fluids
A freezer contains 20 kg of food with a specific heat of 2 x 10^3 J/kgC. The freezer motor then operates for 10 minutes reducing the temperature to -8 degrees Celsius. a) How much heat is removed from the food during this time? The freezer motor operates at 400 watts. b) How ...
December 17, 2008 by Peter

Science
1. _______ magma causes powerful and explosive volcanic eruptions. A. Andesitic B. Rhyolitic C. Basaltic D. Composite A? 2. All the processes that form mountain ranges are known as A. arch vibrations. B. compressive forces. C. orogeny. D. island arcing. C? 3. _______ describes...
February 1, 2014 by Beatrice

SCIENCE
1. _______ magma causes powerful and explosive volcanic eruptions. A. Andesitic B. Rhyolitic C. Basaltic D. Composite A? 2. All the processes that form mountain ranges are known as A. arch vibrations. B. compressive forces. C. orogeny. D. island arcing. C? 3. _______ describes...
February 1, 2014 by Beatrice

college
Liver alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is a nonspecific enzyme. Its normal substrate is ethanol but it will oxidize other primary alcohols like methanol. Methanol produces formaldehyde which is quite toxic and can lead to blindness. A dog ingested about 36 ml of windshield fluid ...
October 16, 2010 by LostonEnzymes

Biochemistry
Liver alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is a nonspecific enzyme. Its normal substrate is ethanol but it will oxidize other primary alcohols like methanol. Methanol produces formaldehyde which is quite toxic and can lead to blindness. A dog ingested about 36 ml of windshield fluid ...
October 17, 2010 by LostonEnzyme

Health (Ms. Sue)--Is my answer correct?
Compare the ways that HIV can and cannot be transmitted. A: 6. HIV can be spread in many ways that involves physical contact that can result in the virus being led into a person’s body. Such ways include sexual activity with an infected person, sharing needles, syringes, or ...
January 3, 2014 by Anonymous

physics
Four tubes are set up in the lab at sea level as shown by the figure. The letter under each tube corresponds the question with the same letter. 1 atm = 101300 Pa = 101300 N/m2 ρwater = 1000 kg/m3 (a) What is the pressure pushing down on the surface of the water in tube (a...
November 7, 2010 by Sarah

Biology
Need help with this: 40. DNA fingerprinting is used in many situations to help identify individuals. Analyze the situation below before answering the questions that follow. A man was attacked and robbed, but remembers nothing of the incident because he fell and hit his head. ...
February 14, 2010 by mysterychicken

health
1. Which of the following best describes catheterization? A. Burning away of cancerous tissue B. Visualization of the large intestine C. Implantation of an intrauterine birth control device D. Placement of a drainage tube into the bladder 2. Which is a condition of the male ...
December 22, 2010 by Anonymous

science
Which type of muscle is resposible for moving fluids through the urinary system Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "urinary system muscle" to get these possible sources: http://ect.downstate.edu/courseware/histomanual/urinary.html (...
May 19, 2007 by suzie

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