katherine:

What are the reactants for cellular respiration? A. H2O and O2 B. Glucose and O2 C. Glucose and CO2 D. H2O and CO

3 months ago
katherine:

@JustSaiyan @dude

3 months ago
dude:

$$C_6H+12O_6 + 6O_2 --> 6H_2O + 6CO_2 + ATP$$ Do you know which side is the reactants?

3 months ago
katherine:

idek rn LMAO

3 months ago
dude:

$$\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}$$ @dude $$C_6H+12O_6 + 6O_2 --> 6H_2O + 6CO_2 + ATP$$ Do you know which side is the reactants? $$\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}$$ Correction $$C_6H_{12}O_6 + 6O_2 --> 6H_2O + 6CO_2 + ATP$$

3 months ago
dude:

Reactants: Molecules used to make the reaction (the ones before the arrow)

3 months ago
katherine:

so, D?

3 months ago
dude:

No, the ones before the arrow, not after it

3 months ago
katherine:

can u just give me answer jay, I'm really in a hurry (Not being rude at all)

3 months ago
katherine:

just saying

3 months ago
dude:

Sorry mods B. Glucose and O2

3 months ago
katherine:

ty

3 months ago
katherine:

The rate at which blood flows through the human body changes in response to many factors. Which statement describes one of these factors and its effect on blood flow? A.The narrowing of blood vessels increases pressure and leads to faster blood flow. B. High blood viscosity increases the resistance in the blood vessels and leads to slower blood flow. C. Low blood pH decreases the rate of diffusion through the blood vessels and leads to slower blood flow. D.The changing of the shape of red blood cells to a crescent shape decreases resistance and leads to faster blood flow

3 months ago
katherine:

there is one more and I am FINALLY DONE :D

3 months ago
katherine:

is it b?

3 months ago
dude:

Yes

3 months ago
katherine:

5. Illnesses can often lead to fever and dehydration. How might these symptoms affect a person’s cardiovascular system? A. Fever and dehydration increase body temperature and fluids, which decrease a person’s heart rate and respiration. B. Fever and dehydration increases body temperature and decreases the amount of fluids, which increase a person’s heart rate and respiration. C. Fever and dehydration increase body temperature and decrease in the amount of fluids, which decrease the viscosity of the blood D. Fever and dehydration increases body temperature and fluids, which increase the viscosity of the blood.

3 months ago
katherine:

D?

3 months ago
vaporeon246:

dehydration occurs when the body doesn't get enough fluids

3 months ago
katherine:

I got it right. thanks dude!!

3 months ago