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Your heart is actually located in this part of your body
a) the left side b) in your lungs c) in the center of the chest d) in your throat
These carry blood AWAY from your heart.
a) Capillaries b) Arteries c) Veins d) Red blood cells
These contain hemoglobin, which contain oxygen.
a) Red blood cells b) Plasma c) Platelets d) white blood cells
The human heart has how many chambers?
a) 2 b) 4 c) 3 d) 6
These carry oxgenated blood BACK to the heart.
a) Capillaries b) Valves c) Arteries d) veins
This is the largest artery in your body.
a) Aorta b) Ventricle c) Cerebrum d) Hemoglobin
These are what keeps blood flowing in one direction in and out of the heart.
a) Ventricles b) Arteries c) Valves d) Veins
The average human resting heart rate is how many beats per minute?
a) 120 b) 70 c) 42 d) 85
This is the only organ to receive a constant supply of blood.
a) Brain b) lungs c) Heart d) Liver
These cells are what attack infection in the body.
a) Red blood cells b) Plasma c) White blood cells d) Platelets
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