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Problem 4: 40 points
The typical rate at which blood is expelled from the heart is about mL . Blood enters the right half of the heart at a pressure of about 0 Pascal and flows to the lungs at a mean pressure of 1,466 Pascal. Blood returns to the left half of the heat through the pulmonary veins at a mean pressure of 1,067 Pascal. The blood is then discharged from the heart through the aorta at a mean pressure of 12,000 Pascal.