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Which of the following situations shows the LEAST amount of work being done?
a) moving a box 1m with a force of 10N b) lifting a box 2m with a force of 20N c) moving a box 5 m with a force of 1N d) moving a box 25m with a force of 10N
The three major parts of the circulatory system are...
a) heart, lungs, brain b) heart, blood, blood vessels c) blood vessels, nerve cells and brain d) lungs, trachea, bronchi
Which of the following functions can an organism do but a cell can not?
a) grows larger b) uses energy c) produce waste d) pumps blood
What are the three types of muscles?
a) smooth, hard and soft b) cardiac, hard and soft c) skeletal, smooth, cardiac d) skeletal, muscular and respiratory
Which is an example of a voluntary muscle?
a) cartilage b) cardiac muscles c) smooth muscles d) skeletal muscles
Which of the following is an example of an involuntary muscle?
a) smooth muscle b) cardiac muscle c) skeletal muscle d) smooth and cardiac muscle
Starting at the heart, how does blood circulate through the body?
a) veins, arterties, capillaries, back to heart b) arteries, capillaries, veins, back to heart c) veins, capillaries, back to heart d) veins, arteries, back to heart
Which system is responsible for respiration?
a) excretory b) digestive c) circulatory d) respiratory
What is the function of the skeletal system?
a) movement b) circulates blood c) protects inner organs d) getting rid of wastes
Which organ filters the blood and regulates the amoutn of water in teh body?
a) thyroid gland b) brain c) heart d) kidney
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