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07-30-2010
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Peripheral Circulation and the Pressure between two points?

A, B, and C are three points in a vessel with pressure diff b/w A and C 100 (A=100 ,C=0),if resistance at B is decreased than before, pressure b/w A and B will? and pressure b/w B and C will? the pressure is kept constant at two ends.

Please explain also as I did not understand the reason behind it?

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Please explain your question, are you talking about resistance in series....
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 Originally Posted by step1an Please explain your question, are you talking about resistance in series....
yes as I mentioned in the question if resistance at B is decreased. :sorry:
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