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Problem: The majority of carbon dioxide is transported in the blooda. attached to hemoglobinb. bound to oxygenc. dissolved in the plasmad. as carbon monoxide in the red blood cellse. as bicarbonate ions in the red blood cells

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The majority of carbon dioxide is transported in the blood

a. attached to hemoglobin

b. bound to oxygen

c. dissolved in the plasma

d. as carbon monoxide in the red blood cells

e. as bicarbonate ions in the red blood cells

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