The human circulation flows at a rate of 5 l/min (5 liters/min) at a mean (constant) arterial pressure of 100 mmHg, and at a mean venous pressure of…

3. The human circulation flows at a rate of 5 l/min (5 liters/min) at a mean (constant) arterial pressure of 100 mmHg, and at a mean venous pressure of 2 mmHg. Recall that the human circulatory system is closed such that flow at any one point is the same. Assume the right atrium has a pressure of 0 mmHg.a) What is the hydraulic conductance of the arterial side. Be sure to show your calculation and to include units in your answer.b) What is the hydraulic conductance of the venous side. Be sure to show your calculation and to include units in your answer.c)How can the venous conductance be smaller or bigger than the arterial conductance? Circle the correct answer and offer an explanation. Remember, biology follows the physics.