Constants I Periodic Table Acceleration in blood flow. The figure shows a pattern of coronary artery blood flow rates (cm/s) successfully treated for a myocardial infarction (heart attack). The upper and lower peaks represent the diastolic and systolic phases of the heartbeat.(Figure 1) in a patient Part A Estimate the average acceleration of the blood betweern the systolic and the diastolic peaks of these phases. Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units. HA ? Value Units Figure 1 of 1 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit 70 Incorrect; Try Again; 2 attempts remaining Time (s) Part B -70 Velocity (cm/s)

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Constants I Periodic Table
Acceleration in blood flow. The figure shows a pattern
of coronary artery blood flow rates (cm/s)
successfully treated for a myocardial infarction (heart
attack). The upper and lower peaks represent the
diastolic and systolic phases of the heartbeat.(Figure 1)
in a patient
Part A
Estimate the average acceleration of the blood betweern the systolic and
the diastolic peaks of these phases.
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the
appropriate units.
HA
?
Value
Units
Figure
1 of 1
Previous Answers Request Answer
Submit
70
Incorrect; Try Again; 2 attempts remaining
Time (s)
Part B
-70
Velocity (cm/s)

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Constants I Periodic Table Acceleration in blood flow. The figure shows a pattern of coronary artery blood flow rates (cm/s) successfully treated for a myocardial infarction (heart attack). The upper and lower peaks represent the diastolic and systolic phases of the heartbeat.(Figure 1) in a patient Part A Estimate the average acceleration of the blood betweern the systolic and the diastolic peaks of these phases. Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units. HA ? Value Units Figure 1 of 1 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit 70 Incorrect; Try Again; 2 attempts remaining Time (s) Part B -70 Velocity (cm/s)

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