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Biology 1102 - Problem Set on Circulatory System 1. In mm what is the approximate distance of every living cell in your body from some capillary? A. 1 B. .001 C. .01 D. 0.1 E. 10 2. Which of these do humans possess? 3. Approximately how many million red blood cells should be in 1 microliter of blood from a healthy person? 4. Which type of blood cell forms antibodies? 5. If the entire circulatory system of an adult human were laid out end to end, how long would it be (1 mi = 1.6 km)? A. 10 km B. 8,000 km C. 80,000 km D. 800 km E. 100 km 6. Where in the human circulatory system are all gasses and nutrients actually exchanged with the blood?
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