1. algebra 2

    10 cm^3 of normal specimen of human blood contain 1.2g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 40cm^3 of same blood contain? Thank you.
  2. algebra

    0 cm^3 0f a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2 g of hemoglobin. how many grams does 45 cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  3. Math

    10 cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2 g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 32 cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  4. algebra

    10 cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2 g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 17 cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  5. algebra

    10cm2 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2g og hemoglobin how many grams does 47cm3 of the same blood contain
  6. algebra

    10cm2 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2g of hemoglobin how many grams does 47cm3 of the same blood contain
  7. algebra

    19cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2 of hemoglobin. How many grams does 17cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  8. math

    10cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 22cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  9. math

    10cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 47cm^3 of the same blood contain?
  10. Math

    10cm 3cute of normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2g of hemoglobin how many grams does 18cm 3cute of the same blood contain? Please help!
  11. chemisrt

    The hemoglobin content of blood is about 15.4g/100mL blood. The molar mass of hemoglobin is about 64500 g/mol, and there are four iron (Fe) atoms in a hemoglobin molecule.Approximately how many Fe atoms are present in the 6 L of blood in a typical adult? [(15.5g / 100ml]) * ([...
  12. HELP PLSS SCIENCE

    2. Which of the following is responsible for carrying nutrients to and waste from the body’s cells? (1 point) plasma red blood cells red and white blood cells white blood cells 3. _________ defend the body against disease. (1 point) Fibrin Red blood cells Plasma White blood ...
  13. science

    2. Which of the following is responsible for carrying nutrients to and waste from the body’s cells? (1 point) plasma red blood cells red and white blood cells white blood cells 3. _________ defend the body against disease. (1 point) Fibrin Red blood cells Plasma White blood ...
  14. statistics

    When red blood cells are counted using a certain electronic counter, the standard deviation (SD) of repeated counts of the same blood specimen is about .8% of the true value, and the distribution of repeated counts is approximately normal. For example, this means that if the ...
  15. Science/Health

    2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood to two different locations? A. to supply blood to two different sides of the body B. to allow a way for the blood to pick up new blood cells C. to move oxygen-poor blood through the lungs and ...
  16. Living a Healthy Life

    Blood pressure is a measure of A. oxygen levels in the blood. B. the ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells. C. how hard the heart is working. D. the pressure exerted by hemoglobin against the vascular walls. D.
  17. Living a Healthy Life

    Blood pressure is a measure of  A. oxygen levels in the blood.  B. the ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells.  C. how hard the heart is working.  D. the pressure exerted by hemoglobin against the vascular walls.  D.
  18. Healthcare

    Could someone please let me know if I am on the right track with this paragraph and feel free to critique me very strictly as my instructor will do. My assignment was to explain what is in whole blood and what is the purpose of red cells,platelets and plasma. I must explain in...
  19. Statistics

    When red blood cells are counted using a certain electronic counter, the standard deviation (SD) of repeated counts of the same blood specimen is about .8% of the true value, and the distribution of repeated counts is approximately normal. For example, this means that if the ...
  20. Chemistry

    Please someone explain the best way of solving this. A 55 kg woman has 7.5 x 10 to the power of negative 3 moles of hemoglobin (Molar mass=64,456 g/mole) in her blood, how many hemoglobin molecules is that? What is the quantity in grams?
  21. BIOLOGY

    True of false: 1. The Bohr effect explains the manner in which pH changes the binding affinity of hemoglobin for O2. i think this is true 2. Hemoglobin binding affinity increases as Po2 increases. im not sure about this 3. O2 will passively diffuse and bind with hemoglobin ...
  22. chemistry

    hemoglobin is the protein that transports O2 through the blood from the lungs to the rest of the body. in doing so, each molecule of hemoglobin combines with four molecules of O2. if 1.00 g of hemoglobin combines with 1.53 mL of O2 at 37 C and 743 torr, what is the molar mass ...
  23. Physics

    In the human body, blood travels faster in the largest blood vessel, the aorta than in any other blood vessel. Given an average speed of 30 cm/s, how long would it take the blood to travel 5 cm?
  24. Science-3 question

    1. Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? breaks down large molecules delivers oxygen to body cells **** takes carbon dioxide away from body cells fights infection 2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood...
  25. Science

    Human blood type is determined by co-dominant alleles. There are three different alleles, know as I^a and I^b alleles are co-dominant and the i allele is recessive. The possible human phenotypes for blood group are type A, type B, type AB, or type O. Type A and B individuals ...
  26. Plz, check my answers.

    1. Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? breaks down large molecules delivers oxygen to body cells **** takes carbon dioxide away from body cells fights infection 2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood...
  27. bio

    are blood pressures have differences between genders?explain your answer. -from what i know, women have lower risk to get high blood pressure but for the range of normal blood pressure, i think there is no differences. pls correct me if i wrong and if im right can i know the ...
  28. Chemistry

    Hemoglobin (Hb) in the blood absorbs oxygen to form oxyhemoglobin [Hb(O2)2], which transports oxygen to the cells. The equilibrium can be generally represented by the following (though it is actually composed of a series of equilibria in which Hb binds from between 1 and 4 O2 ...
  29. Chemistry

    a) An equilibrium exists between three chemical species in the blood , Hemoglobin, oxygenated hemoglobin and oxygen. Using the symbols Hb for hemoglobin , O2 for oxygen and HbO2 for oxygenated hemoglobin write out the equilibrium reaction. If you have determined if the forward...
  30. Organic Chemistry

    Hemoglobin (Hb) in the blood absorbs oxygen to form oxyhemoglobin [Hb(O2)2], which transports oxygen to the cells. The equilibrium can be generally represented by the following (though it is actually composed of a series of equilibria in which Hb binds from between 1 and 4 O2 ...
  31. Chemistry

    Assume that the normal blood buffer contains 0.00080 M carbonic acid and 0.0085 M hydrogen carbonate, the pKa = 6.35 for carbonic acid and the volume of blood in the body is 7.00 L. The blood pH, due to disruption is now 7.20. What is the ratio of [HCO3−]/[H2CO3] now ...
  32. chemistry

    Normal glucose levels in the blood are from 70 to 110 mg glucose per 100 mL of blood. I the level falls too low, there can be brain damage. If a person has a glucose level of 108 mg/100 mL, what is the total mass of glucose in grams in 5.10L of blood?
  33. Chemistry

    Normal glucose levels in the blood are from 70 to 110 mg glucose per 100mL of blood. If the level falls to low, there can be brain damage. If a person has a glucose level of 92 mg/ 100mL, what is the total mass of glucose in grams in 5.10 L of blood?
  34. Science

    Describe the flow of blood in the human body, including through each of the four chambers of the heart. Explain how the blood changes as it moves through various locations in the body. Blood enters the heart through two very large veins, the inferior and superior vena cava, ...
  35. Chemistry

    Human blood contains glucose at a typical concentration of 0.100% (W/V). At this concentration, how many grams of glucose would be found in one liter of human blood?
  36. attack (check)!!!!!

    Bobby: Blood pressure: 120/70 Cardiac output 5.0 Hemoglobin: 5.0 Urine output 5.0 Ken: Blood pressure: 130/80 Cardiac output 5.5 Hemoglobin: 5.5 Urine output 5.5 Penny: Blood pressure: 110/70 Cardiac output 4.9 Hemoglobin: 4.9 Urine output 4.9 Hanna: Blood pressure: 90/65 ...
  37. math

    Suppose 48% of the general population of thw world has blood type O, 27% blood type A, and 23% blood type B. a. what is the probability that someone has type AB blood( assume that there are only four blood types? b. Of tjere are 30 people in a room,how many would you expect to...
  38. Math

    200 elementary school students were surveyed to find their blood groups. Of those, 55 were of blood group A, 85 of blood group B, and 21 of blood group O. What is the probability that a randomly chosen student has either blood group A or blood group B? A) 0.25 B) 0.60 C) 0.70 ...
  39. Biology

    If agglutination occurs when blood with a certain antigen and blood with the corresponding antibody mix, why is blood type O the universal donor? Wouldn't the A or B antibodies from the O type blood attack the blood antigens of the recipient and cause clotting?
  40. Science

    Which of the following are ways u could contract a blood borne pathogen? Semen.toilet seats.vomit. mucous membrane secretions. Blood to blood. Mosquitos My answer is semen and blood to blood. Am I correct?
  41. chemistry

    the average pH of healthy human blood is 7.4. how many moles of H+ ions are free in your blood. The average person has approx. 5 L of blood.
  42. Mathematics

    The blood types B- and AB- are the rarest of the eight huan blood types representing 1.5% and .6% respectively. a) If the blood types of a random sample of 1000 blood donors are recorded, what is the probability that 10 or more will be AB-? b) If the blood types of a random ...
  43. s

    2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood to two different locations? (1 point) to supply blood to two different sides of the body to allow a way for the blood to pick up new blood cells to move oxygen-poor blood through the lungs and...
  44. Biology 30

    For ABO blood groups in the humans, the A and B genes are codminant. Both A and B are dominant over O a. Identify the possible blood types in the children of a man with blood type O and a woman with blood type AB. My work: The possible blood types that the children could have ...
  45. chemistry

    If the average volume of all the blood in a human body is 4700 mL, what is the molarity of DNA in the human blood system?
  46. physics

    Human blood contains plasma, platelets, and blood cells. To separate the plasma from other components, centrifugation is used. Effective centrifugation requires subjecting blood to an acceleration of 2000g or more. In this situation, assume that blood is contained in test ...
  47. Biology

    . A woman whose father was color blind (X-linked, recessive) and who has type A blood has accused a man who is himself color blind of fathering her child. The accused man has type B blood. For each of the following cases, indicate whether or not the man might be the father. ...
  48. statistics

    suppose you have a set of blood pressures with a mean of 80 diastolic, and standard deviation of 5 points. assuming a normal distribution of blood pressures what two values should 95% of all blood pressures lie? please show all calculations. thank you very much
  49. Calculus Help Please!!!

    When blood flows along a blood vessel, the flux F (the volume of blood per unit time that flows past a given point) is proportional to the fourth power of the radius R of the blood vessel: F = kR4 (This is known as Poiseuille's Law.) A partially clogged artery can be expanded ...
  50. chemistry

    The hydornium ion concentration in blood of three different patiens was: Patient [H30+] A 5.0 X 10^-8 B 3.1 X 10^-8 C 3.2 X 10^-8 What is the pH of each patient's blood? If the normal range is 7.30-7.50, which, if any, of these patient's have an abnormal blood pH?
  51. science 7th grade

    if your friend as O + blood and you have A + blood can they use your blood safley for a blood transfusion ? I think you can't
  52. health

    When comparing the blood smears of patients with intact spleens to those of patients without spleens, the blood smears of patients without spleens will likely reveal A. many more fragile and old erythrocytes. B. many more lymphocytes and monocytes. C. many more bacteria. D. ...
  53. Biology

    What does your body need oxygen for A. It is necessary to aerate the brain C. Cells need it to produce the energy they need to function D. Air flow aids in blood flow within the blood vessels E. It produces hemoglobin, needed to carry carbon dioxide My teacher said letter b ...
  54. Chemistry

    Hemoglobin, an oxygen-carrying protein in blood, contains 4 iron atoms per molecule and the iron comprises 0.34% of the molecules mass. What is the molecular weight of hemoglobin? Thanks!
  55. Math

    a technician draws 10 cc of a patients blood to be tested for cholesterol and for red blood cells. identify a.the sample b.the population c. the variable being studied i attempted but im not sure if its right...i said a) the 10 cc of blood b) the patients blood c)the blood is ...
  56. Science

    The Body's Transport System 1) Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? :Breaks down large molecules*** :Delivers oxygen to body cells :Takes carbon dioxide away from body cells :Fights infection 2) Which of the following explains why the heart is ...
  57. Biology

    Which of the following is the purpose of valves in the venous circulatory system? A. Promoting movement of oxygenated blood toward the heart B. Facilitating stasis of blood in the veins C. Propelling blood through the vena cava D. Preventing backward flow of deoxygenated blood...
  58. physics

    The blood speed in a normal segment of a horizontal artery is 0.111 m/s. An abnormal segment of the artery is narrowed down by an arteriosclerotic plaque to 1/5 of its normal cross-sectional area. What is the difference in blood pressure between the normal and constricted ...
  59. Physics

    The blood speed in a normal segment of a horizontal artery is 0.166 m/s. An abnormal segment of the artery is narrowed down by an arteriosclerotic plaque to 1/5 of its normal cross-sectional area. What is the difference in blood pressure between the normal and constricted ...
  60. math/ algebra?

    a lab technician draws a sample of blood. A cubic millitmeter of the blood contains 22^3 white blood cells and 22^5 red blood cells. What is the ratio of white blood cells to red blood cells?
  61. science

    (a) Investigators often remove blood from a crime scene in order to extract DNA for forensics. Although blood cells do contain nucleic acids, why would blood yield relatively less DNA than semen containing sperm cells? (b)What are some other uses for DNA extracted from a human...
  62. Biology

    Codominance is a form of inheritance in which two different alleles for a gene are both expressed, and neither allele is dominant over the other. The alleles for type A blood and type B blood are codominant. If a man who is homozygous for type A blood and a woman who is ...
  63. math

    Patricia donated 1 pint of blood to the blood bank. The lab assistant divided Patricia’s blood equally into 3 bags. How much blood was in each bag
  64. physics

    The left ventricle of the heart accelerates blood from rest to a velocity of +26 cm/s. Assume the displacement of the blood is linear and is +2.0 cm c) Determine the acceleration of the blood in cm/s2. d) How much time does blood take to reach its final velocity?
  65. human physiology

    Why is blood in the large veins referred to as mixed venous blood?
  66. Stats

    5. A person’s blood glucose level and diabetes are closely. X is a random variable that measures the milligrams of glucose per deciliter of blood. After a 12 hour fast, x has an approximate normal distribution with a mean of 85 and a standard deviation of 25. What is the ...
  67. physiology

    Given a Helium-Neon laser-based fiber optic Doppler probe at an angle of 60¡C with a blood vessel that registers a frequency shift of 63KHz, what is the velocity of the blood? Is this a reasonable number from a physiologic point of view when compared to the average velocity ...
  68. Biochem - Diabetes

    Type 1 diabetic injected insufficient insulin so her body can’t use glucose in blood. Blood glucose is 38 mM (normal value = 3.3-5.8 mM). To adjust osmolality, she increased urine output = dehydration. Should she be treated with water? The answer is NO and my teacher said ...
  69. statistics

    Suppose we have a set of blood pressures with a mean of 110 Systolic, and a sample standard deviation of 15 points. If we assume a normal distribution of Systolic blood pressures, then between what two values can we be assured 99.7% of all Systolic blood pressures will lie?
  70. Statistics

    Suppose we have a set of blood pressures with a mean of 120 Systolic, and a sample standard deviation of 20 points. If we assume a normal distribution of Systolic blood pressures, then between what two values can we be assured 99.7% of all Systolic blood pressures will lie?
  71. Biology

    Why do the nuclei of the human white blood cells turn blue in a prepared blood slide?
  72. Physiology

    A patient’s blood cell count shows 15,000 white blood cells (WBCs) per µL of blood. A normal WBC count is about 9,000 cells/µL (the normal range is actually 4,000 to 11,000 WBCs/µL). What percent of normal is this particular patent’s WBC count?
  73. social studies

    Given a Helium-Neon laser-based fiber optic Doppler probe at an angle of 60¡C with a blood vessel that registers a frequency shift of 63KHz, what is the velocity of the blood? Is this a reasonable number from a physiologic point of view when compared to the average velocity ...
  74. body systems/terminology

    Human blood, which has a pH of approximately 7.4, is a/an _______ substance. A. neutral C. basic B. acidic D. alkaline The body maintains a pH of 7.5, and human blood has a normal range between 7.35 to 7.45—almost neutral. Numbers below 7 are increasingly acidic, and numbers...
  75. BIOLOGY

    Heat exhaustion caused by a person's exposure to heat can result in weakness or collapse. It usually involves a decrease in blood pressure. Explain why the homeostasis adjustment to heat can cause a drop in blood pressure. ---------- I'm not sure if I'm correct. but is it ...
  76. science

    1. The liquid part of the blood is called _____. (1 point) hemoglobin plasma platelets white blood cells 2. Your circulatory system can best be compared to _____. (1 point) gates a net pipes a balloon 3. Which of the following shows the correct order of blood flow? (1 point) ...
  77. Physics

    Blood flows through a section of a horizontal artery that is partially blocked by a deposit along the artery wall. As a hemoglobin molecule moves from the narrow region into the wider region, its speed changes from v2 = 0.800 m/s to v1 = 0.422 m/s. What is the change in ...
  78. Please help (Bio)

    Measurements of oxygen binding by whole human blood, at 37oC, at pH 7.4, and in the presence of 40mm of CO2 and normal physiological levels of BPG (5 mmol/L of cells), give the following: PO2 (mm Hg) = 10.6, 19.5, 27.4, 37.5, 50.4, 77.3, 92.3 % saturation (=100 x Theta) = 10, ...
  79. biology

    Hemoglobin is a critical oxygen-carrying protein. The protein functions as a tetramer with two α-globin subunits and two β-globin subunits. Individuals homozygous for a specific single point mutation in the region that encodes the sixth amino acid in β-globin ...
  80. physics

    The aorta carries blood away from the heart at a speed of about 43 cm/s and has a radius of approximately 1.1 cm. The aorta branches eventually into a large number of tiny capillaries that distribute the blood to the various body organs. In a capillary, the blood speed is ...
  81. biology

    Will O2 passively diffuse and bind with hemoglobin that is less than 1mm from the surface of a blood sample? The percent of hemoglobin bound with O2 is different at high (10% CO2) and low (5% CO2) CO2 concentrations when the Po2 equals 0mmHg. Is that true?
  82. Biology

    Will O2 passively diffuse and bind with hemoglobin that is less than 1mm from the surface of a blood sample? The percent of hemoglobin bound with O2 is different at high (10% CO2) and low (5% CO2) CO2 concentrations when the Po2 equals 0mmHg. Is that true?
  83. Bio (why no one is helpting?)

    Measurements of oxygen binding by whole human blood, at 37oC, at pH 7.4, and in the presence of 40mm of CO2 and normal physiological levels of BPG (5 mmol/L of cells), give the following: PO2 (mm Hg) = 10.6, 19.5, 27.4, 37.5, 50.4, 77.3, 92.3 % saturation (=100 x Theta) = 10, ...
  84. chem

    hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells, has four iron atoms per molecule and contains .340 percent iron by mass. calculate the molar mass of hemoglobin! thanks! :)
  85. helth plz help

    the blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to the rest of the body are… plasma ****** red blood cells whight blood cells platelets 4.Which component of blood is used to help create a scab after you cut your finger? plasma red blood cells ***** whight blood cells ...
  86. Statistic

    In a population of over 15,000 patients, the distribution of systolic blood pressure follows the normal curve. Investigators believe the average systolic blood pressure in the population is 120 mm. The investigators take a simple random sample of 6 patients from this ...
  87. Biology

    How much hemoglobin is in our blood?
  88. Physics

    The blood flow rate through the aorta is typically 103 cm^3/s, and a typical adult has about 4.9 liters of blood. (a) How long does it take for all your blood to pass through the aorta? ___________s (b) If your aorta has a diameter of 2.1 cm, what is the speed of blood as it ...
  89. biology

    After a meal rich in starch, the blood with the highest concentration of sugar would be in what blood vessel? What are the 2 blood vessels containing blood with the highest concentration of oxygen? The websites given last time did not help, please can someone tell me the answers
  90. Chemistry

    The average adult has about 9.0 pints of blood. If 20 drops of blood is = to 1 mL. How many drops of blood does the average human contain? Is the answer 85,1400 drops or 85,000 drops or neither? Thanks!
  91. Physics

    The human heart is a mechanical pump. The aorta is a large artery that carries oxygenated blood away from the heart to various organs in the body. For an individual at rest, the blood in the aorta (of radius 1.25 cm) flows at a rate of 5*103 cm3/min (5 liter/min). What is the ...
  92. blood/science

    how are blood types determined? A. marker mocules marked on red blood cells B. Marker mocules marked on white blood cells C. Plasma fibrin's precense D. Blood available for transfusion
  93. science

    If the concentration of glucose in the blood flowing through the kidneys is within the normal range, then which of the following statements is correct? a. The nephron pumps glucose into the collecting duct. b. The Bowman's capsule secrets glucose back into the blood. c. No ...
  94. science

    If the concentration of glucose in the blood flowing through the kidneys is within the normal range, then which of the following statements is correct? a. The nephron pumps glucose into the collecting duct. b. The Bowman's capsule secrets glucose back into the blood. c. No ...
  95. biology

    Genetic question If a man with blood type A, one of whose parents had blood type O, marries a woman with blood type AB, what will be the theoretical percentage of their children with blood type A?
  96. Chemistry 102

    The average human body contains 6.00 L of blood with a Fe2+ concentration of 2.00×10−5 M . If a person ingests 6.00 mL of 16.0 mM NaCN, what percentage of iron(II) in the blood would be sequestered by the cyanide ion?
  97. anatomy

    how does hemoglobin carry O2 in the blood?
  98. Anatomy

    how does hemoglobin carry O2 in the blood?
  99. Biology

    When looking at a sample of blood for White Blood Cell's, what could you do to reduce interference from Red Blood Cells?
  100. Chemistry

    The density of whole blood is 1.05g/mL. A typical adult has about 5.5L of whole blood. What is the mass in pounds of this amount of whole blood?
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