The velocity V of a blood corpuscle in a vessel depends on the distance r from the center of the vessel and is given by the equation Vr= Vm(1-r2/R2), where Vm is the maximum velocity and R the radius of the vessel. Multiply this expression.
The velocity V of a blood corpuscle in a vessel depends on the distance r from the center of the vessel and is given by the equation Vr= Vm(1-r2/R2), where Vm is the maximum velocity and R the radius of the vessel. Multiply this expression.