Your answer : a. The pump rate will increase. Stop & Think Questions:When the piston of the pump reaches its lowest point, the volume remaining in the pump is theYou correctly answered: b. end systolic volume.If you increase the right flow tube radius, what will happen to resistance and flow rate?You correctly answered: b. Flow rate will increase and resistance will decrease.If the left flow tube represents the pulmonary veins, what does the left source beaker represent?You correctly answered: d. blood coming from the lungsExperiment Data:Flow (ml/min)Rad. L (mm)Rad. R (mm)Str. V (ml)Rate(strokes/min)Press. L (mm Hg)Press. Dif. R (mm Hg)6607.23.53.07094.9404094220.127.116.110134.6404011882.53.54.070169.8404013718.104.22.1680197.1404015198.73.55.070217.14040
05/14/19 page 3Post-lab Quiz ResultsYou scored 60% by answering 3 out of 5 questions correctly.1. The pump piston in the simulation is up duringYou correctly answered: b. diastole.2. The pump in the simulation represents theYou correctly answered: c. left ventricle.3. The amount of blood flowing into the destination beaker (right beaker) with a single pump is called theYour answer: b. pump volume.Correct answer: d. stroke volume.