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Need help fast! Which results in the graph in Figure 7–12 are more likely to be accurate, those represented by line A or by line B? Why?

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    Which graph, exactly?

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    Hang on I'm trying to get it. :P

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    It won't let me. -_- Could you help me with a different question instead please?

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    Okay, shoot.

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    Which characteristic of living things is important to the survival of a group of animals rather than an individual member of this group? Why?

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    How about a different one?

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    lol mk

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    People who suffer from a heart attack often have an increased ratio of lactic acid to pyruvic acid in their hearts. What does this observation say about the availability of oxygen in the heart muscle cells of someone who has had a heart attack? How could you use this information to screen people who might be at risk for a heart attack?

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    Clearly, the amount of oxygen is low. This shows that the person can't intake oxygen as fast as the heart muscle cells are expending it. Using this knowledge and a physical exam, you can determine a person's likelihood for a heat attack.

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    Thankyou! :D

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    No problem.

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