The chamber of the heart that receives blood from the pulmonary veins is the
A. right atrium.
B. left atrium.
C. left ventricle.
D. right ventricle.
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What do you mean by direct answer am I wrong?
no direct answers please u have to explain so u don't get in trouble
no you are correct but i just recieved a stern talking to over just giving the answer
OH yeah well its too late now I guess.
@isaiah97 bite me
ok when would u like me to lol
I think its stupid though because everybody does it, I give out alot of direct anwsers and so far no one seems to care. But sorry I guess.
its ok i do it to but there are people on here that just follow u around to complain when we do
this is what i got a bit ago
@Missiey providing direct answers is highly discouraged on this website
@isaiah97 wake up
Yeah its happened to me once but I could careless. Yeah but I wouldn't stress about it cause I mean I haven't gotten in REAL trouble yet, there are some people on here with sticks up their butts, but oh well.
@Lourdes15R by providing direct answers you're helping people cheat their way through school. most of the time this doesnt make a difference since these kids dont end up in post-secondary schools, but some do and this gives them an unfair advantage over people in regular day schools who study their butts off to achieve the same grades.
I agree that sometimes a "direct answer" could not be avoided but i dont think this is the case