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The circulatory, or cardiovascular system, is composed of A. heart, arteries and veins. B. lungs, heart and brain. C. heart, blood and blood vessels. D. lungs, blood vessels and heart.
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User: The circulatory, or cardiovascular system, is composed of A. heart, arteries and veins. B. lungs, heart and brain. C. heart, blood and blood vessels. D. lungs, blood vessels and heart.

Weegy: C. the heart, blood and blood vessels. The blood, heart, and blood vessels form the cardiovascular system.
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User: Blood cells are made in which system? A. skeletal system B. circulatory system C. muscular system D. nervous system

Weegy: C. the heart, blood and blood vessels. The blood, heart, and blood vessels form the cardiovascular system.
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