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Name ________________________________ Look at the Relaxation Pressure Curve figure in your notes to answer the following questions. There is only one answer for each question. Print this activity, indicate your answers, and bring to class. Worth 10 points 1. Point A represents: a. TLC b. The beginning of expiration c. The end of inspiration d. FRC 2. Going from Point A to Point C, one is: a. Inhaling b. Exhaling c. Speaking d. Shouting 3. Going from Point A to Point C involves _________ forces. a. active b. passive c. non-muscular forces d. elastic forces 4. At Point C, the amount of relaxation pressure available from the lungs is: a. -5 b. 0 c. +10 d. +5 5. During rest breathing, going from Point C to Point A involves _________ forces. a. active b. passive c. both active and passive 6. At Point C, the relaxation pressure available is from: a. The lungs b. The thorax
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c. Both the lungs and thorax 7. Point E is reached by: a. taking a maximum inhalation b. speaking c. continuing to exhale after reaching a normal resting exhalation
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Unformatted text preview: d. trying to speak after taking a maximum inhalation 8. At Point E, the lungs want to get ________ and the thorax want to get ________ a. Larger, larger b. Smaller, smaller c. Larger, smaller d. Smaller, larger 9. To go from Point C to Point D involves a. active forces b. passive forces c. non-muscular forces d. both active and passive forces 10. To go from Point C to Point D, one has to: a. exhale completely b. inhale as done during rest breathing c. inhale more than as is done during rest breathing d. speak 11. After taking a deep breath (Point D), exhaling to Point A: a. Involves only active forces b. Involves only passive forces c. Can involve active or passive forces 12. Give an example of what you would do to go from Point C to Point A using active and passive forces. (2 pts)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course SPA 3101 taught by Professor Carson,d during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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