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###### Pageof 12ZOOM + | >Question 8. Locate the cube marked "a" in each of the three figures on Figures 2: and 3 Compare cube "a" in the three figures: how many sides of each cube are actually exposed to the outside surface?Cube Figure 3 * 3 * 3 Figure 2 I > * 2 Figure 1 I1 I1Number of Sides ExposedQuestion 9. Referring the Question 8, if each cube Were a equal amount of living tissue which one would lose heat to cooler environment fastest ?Question 10. Referring to Question

Page of 12 ZOOM + | > Question 8. Locate the cube marked "a" in each of the three figures on Figures 2: and 3 Compare cube "a" in the three figures: how many sides of each cube are actually exposed to the outside surface? Cube Figure 3 * 3 * 3 Figure 2 I > * 2 Figure 1 I1 I1 Number of Sides Exposed Question 9. Referring the Question 8, if each cube Were a equal amount of living tissue which one would lose heat to cooler environment fastest ? Question 10. Referring to Question 8, if each cube were an equal amount of living tissue; Which one would need the fastest heat production to maintain homeostasis of its body temperature (Remember; Cubus quadrangularis is mammal ) Question 1l. As an animal grows larger; what do you expect to happen to its rate of heat production per gram ofbody mass Question 12_ Based On the reasoning above; You will formulate hypothesis for the following experiment. Small mice medium-Sized rats and large rats are available in the laboratory. We wrill measure their rate of orygen uptake per gram body mass  #### Similar Solved Questions

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