# Screen Test :: The Human Heart

## Memorise the mathematical facts in the video then answer the ten quiz questions to earn a trophy.

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Watch the video, memorise the facts, then try to answer the quiz questions below.

 How many valves does the human heart contain? What is the maximum number of watts mentioned as the output of the heart during exercise? watts According to the video how many times does your heart beat each day How many super tankers would the blood that your heart pumps in a lifetime fill completely? When your body is at rest, how many seconds does it take for blood to travel throughout the body? s How many trillion cells receive blood pumped from the heart? trillion How many billion times does the heart beat in a typical lifetime? If the faucet (tap) referred to in the video was turned on for nine years, how many barrels of blood would flow from it? barrels The video stated that a baby's heart starts beating in the first x weeks. How many days are in x weeks? days How many hours are in x weeks? hours Check

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## Instructions

Try your best to answer the questions above. Type your answers into the boxes provided leaving no spaces. As you work through the exercise regularly click the "check" button. If you have any wrong answers, do your best to do corrections but if there is anything you don't understand, please ask your teacher for help.

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## Teachers

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## Description of Levels

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Video 1 - New Pound Coin

Video 2 - Human Heart

Video 3 - Long Way Down

More videos will be added here at some time.

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## Notes

There are a number of different ways of doing this activity

• Watching the video and typing in answers at the same time. The pause button can be used.
• Watching the video and typing in answers at the same time. The pause button must not be used.
• Watching the video but not typing in answers until it has finished. Written notes may be taken.
• Watching the video but not typing in answers until it has finished. Written notes may not be taken.
• See the questions before watching the video so that you know what to look out for.
• A collaborative activity with a whole class working together.
• Two or more teams working against each other.

Using whichever method you have chosen above don't wait until you have finished the exercise before you click on the 'Check' button. Click it often as you work through the questions to see if you are answering them correctly.

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