10^1000000 threads about this but haven't found the clarity I'm looking for...(already actually took the MCAT but thought this would be a good place to post)
Flow is maintained by the pressure gradient (blood flows from high P to low P)
As the R increases, the pressure gradient...
On p. 121 of the Systems book for Examkrackers, they give us the following equations relating pressure and flow in the cardiovascular system: Q = ΔP / R (i.e. Flow = Pressure Difference / Resistance)
They they go on to say in the same paragraph and on the side of the page that...