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11/3/2020PhysioEx Exercise 7 Activity 11/6PhysioEx Lab ReportExercise 7: Respiratory System MechanicsActivity 1: Measuring Respiratory Volumes and Calculating CapacitiesName: Bailey RickettDate: 3 November 2020Session ID: session-9df162c6-324c-0996-533b-d57cd9e70893Pre-lab Quiz ResultsYou scored 80% by answering 4 out of 5 questions correctly.Experiment ResultsPredict QuestionWhich of the following statements describing the mechanics of breathing isfalse?You correctly answered:Ventilation relies exclusively on contracting skeletal muscles.1The contraction of which of the following muscles will increase the thoracic cavity volumeduring inspiration?You correctly answered:the external intercostals.2At the beginning of inspiration, theYou correctly answered:thoracic cavity volume increases.3At the beginning of expiration, theYou correctly answered:pressure in the thoracic cavity increases.4A tidal volume refers to theYour answer:the maximum amount of air that can be forcefully expired.Correct answer:amount of air inspired and then expired with each breath under restingconditions.5Predict Question: Lung diseases are often classified as obstructive or restrictive. Anobstructivedisease affectsairflow, and arestrictivedisease usually reducesvolumes and

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