A large quantity of one of the following is removed from our body by lungs:
  • a)
    CO2 and H2O
  • b)
    CO2 only
  • c)
    H2O only
  • d)
    ammonia
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 10 Question

5 Answers
Adil Dyer answered 4 weeks ago
Co2 by exhaling , h20 by respiration's sweeting

Rocky Handsome answered 2 weeks ago
¥¥ Carbon dioxide is produced as a waste product of respiration.

----》glucose + oxygen → water + carbon dioxide 

•A large quantity of CO2 is removed from our body by lungs.

** Water is excreted by the skin as sweat, large intestine as faeces and kidney as urine.

So the answer is 'CO2 only'.

Vemula Ravi answered 4 weeks ago
When we breathe in oxygen we gives out carbon dioxide at the same time when we breathe out some persent of water is realesed though air.air contains 78.09% of nitrogen,20.95% of oxygen,0.93% of argon,0.04% of Carbon dioxide and small amount of other gases but when we breathe only oxygen is taken by us remaining all the air including which is already present in body(water persent)also realeased out from the body option A

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