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Air, like other gases, flows from a region with ________. A. Lower pressure to a region with higher pressure B. No pressure to a region with high pressure C. Little pressure to a region with
high pressure D. Higher pressure to a region with lower pressure
D. Higher pressure to a region with lower pressure
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User: What is the first activity of the digestive system? A. Digestion B. Ingestion C. Movement D. Absorption

User: What is the trachea commonly called? A. Voice box B. Vocal cord C. Windflute D. Windpipe

User: Air, like other gases, flows from a region with ________. A. Lower pressure to a region with higher pressure B. No pressure to a region with high pressure C. Little pressure to a region with high pressure D. Higher pressure to a region with lower pressure





Weegy: D. Higher pressure to a region with lower pressure
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User: The long continuous tube that is the digestive tract is about ________ in length. A. 3 meters B. 9 meters C. 5 meters D. 12 meters

Weegy: B. 9 meters
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User: Pulmonary ventilation is also referred to as ________. A. The lungs B. Gasping C. Breathing D. The bronchial tubes

Weegy: C. Breathing
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User: The respiratory conducting passages are divided into the ________. A. Upper and lower respiratory tract B. Posterior and exterior respiratory tract C. Internal and external respiratory tract D. Left and right respiratory tract

Weegy: A. Upper and lower respiratory tract
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User: Which organ is a part of the digestive system? A. Heart B. Kidneys C. Lungs D. Anus

Weegy: D. Anus
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User: What is the exchange of gases between the lungs and the blood? A. Internal respiration B. Posterior respiration C. External respiration D. None of the above

Weegy: C. External respiration
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User: What is atmospheric pressure? A. Pressure of the air inside the body B. Pressure of the air outside the body C. Pressure of the air within one’s mouth D. Pressure of the air within one’s lungs

Weegy: B. Pressure of the air outside the body
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