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Hi guys,
I've seen a question where it asks you
'your 100 ml beaker has a +/- 1 uncertainty, this affects the accuracy of your experiment, but does it affect reliablity?' not sure what to write haha

also

'why is the volume of blood entering the arteries higher than the volume of blood entering the veins?'

also

'what factor limits capillary diameter?'

if anyone could answer these for me, it would be greatly appreciated
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Hi guys,
I've seen a question where it asks you
'your 100 ml beaker has a +/- 1 uncertainty, this affects the accuracy of your experiment, but does it affect reliablity?' not sure what to write haha

also

'why is the volume of blood entering the arteries higher than the volume of blood entering the veins?'

also

'what factor limits capillary diameter?'

if anyone could answer these for me, it would be greatly appreciated
The artery is generally wider and has more muscle and can handle the high pressure of blood flowing through it. It is also less branched than veins hence the blood volume is greater in arteries


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Are these Biology Isa potential questions?
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