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A patient has low blood oxygen levels, although the patient's blood is circulating properly. Which is most likely functioning improperly

i'm not sure please help quick!!!!!!!!!!!!
the capillaries

the alveoli

the aorta

the pulmonary vein

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  1. If the blood is "circulating properly', it cannot be any of the blood vessels. So?

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  2. A patient has low blood oxygen levels, although the patient's blood is circulating properly. Which is most likely functioning improperly

    i'm not sure please help quick!!!!!!!!!!!!
    the capillaries

    the alveoli

    the aorta

    the pulmonary vein

    I dont know either

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  3. alveoli

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  4. 1.exchange oxygen in the air for carbon dioxide
    2.bronchial tube
    3.the alveoli
    4.It carries deoxygenated blood from the body to the heart.
    for the respiratory and circulatory quick check

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  5. if ur on connections academy its
    D
    A
    B
    C
    trust me ull get a 100 :)

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  6. ty venom

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  7. Venom was 100% correct. Thanks

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  8. thanks, venom this really helped raise up Me up from an F

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  9. Thank you Venom much love

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  10. Thanks Venom

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  11. cool thanks i guess.

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