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Old 05-27-2010
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Listening Are physiology equations and principles HIGH YIELD?

Ficks principle, poisseule law, Laplace law, Bernouille principle, all these physio stuffs, are they high yield, if yes, how are they asked in the exam???
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Default You don't need to calculate

There will be no question that ask you to calculate the results of some numbers that you have to plug in into one of these. But there might be questions that test you understanding of these principles, like for example a graph showing you some parameters and you can answer it by knowing the general principle only.
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