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Gene uses a water pump and a plastic hose to model a human circulatory system. The pump pushes water through the hose, which represents a "vessel" in the system. The hose makes a complete loop and returns the water to the pump. How is the model different from a real circulatory system? A real circulatory system contains more than one "vessel." A real circulatory system does not include a complete loop. A real circulatory system pumps gas instead of a liquid. A real circulatory system does not have a pump.

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    D4deeznuts??

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    patrick -_-

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    but yeah hes right its D

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    XDDDD

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    "XDDDD" was not found!

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    *face plam*

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    wrong thats why i be scared to asked que on here

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    Ho

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    D is wrong? D:

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    *how

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    Suck?

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    Ok!

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    not you

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    Lovely barn

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