BG2112 Tutorial 2 (1).docx - BG2112 Cardiovascular Engineering Tutorial 2 Due Date 23 October 2019 All questions must be answered I will not accept late

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BG2112: Cardiovascular Engineering Tutorial 2 Due Date: 23 October 2019 All questions must be answered. I will not accept late papers unless you have an MC for the tutorial. I will only receive papers at the end of each Wednesday Tutorials. You may work in groups to come to an answer, but you must submit your own answers. The total sum of all of the tutorials will count as 40 points total towards your CA. Each tutorial carries a maximum of 10 points consisting of 5 questions with a maximum of 2 points each. Each answer will be marked by the following criteria: 0 – minimal or no effort was placed, 1 – the answer is incorrect, but in the right direction, and 2 – the answer is correct. Assume SI units in all problems unless otherwise stated. You must show units for all quantitative answers for full credit. Your heart pumps blood into your aorta, which has three components: 1) ascending aorta, 2) aortic arch, and 3) descending aorta. Each have an associated length, i.e., L a , L arch , and L d , respectively.
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