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The trachea branches into two tubes known as the
a) alveoli
b) bronchi
c) bronchioles
d) lungs

What is the sheet of muscle below the lungs that aids in breathing?
a) stomach
b) biceps
c) diaphragm
d) liver

Which of the following represents the function of the respiratory system?
a) transports materials
b) directs body functions
c) protects against diseases
d) takes in oxygen, gives of carbon dioxide

Which two body systems work closely together to pump oxygenated blood through the body?
a) skeletal and muscular
b) muscular and circulatory
c) respiratory and muscular
d) respiratory and circulatory

What is the function of the heart?
a) transport blood
b) carry nutrients to body
c) oxygenate blood
d) pump blood to body

Where does the exchange of food, oxygen and waste occur?
a) arteries
b) veins
c) capillaries
d) lymph vessels

Which type of blood vessels carry blood away from the heart to the body?
a) arteries
b) veins
c) capillaries
d) none of the above

As your heart rate increases, the amount of carbon dioxide you exhale -
a) increases
b) decreases
c) stays the same
d) decreases then increases

In the human digestive system most nutrients are absorbed into the blood through the lining of the
a) esophagus
b) stomach
c) small intestine
d) large intestine

Which of the following systems must work together to bring oxygen to a muscle?
a) digestive and respiratory
b) respiratory and circulatory
c) circulatory and reproductive
d) digestive and reproductive

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