Where does blood travel when it leaves the right ventricle of the heart?

Where does blood travel when it leaves the right ventricle of the heart?
A . To the pulmonary veins, then to the lungs
B . To the aorta, then out to the body
C . To the vena cava then to the left atrium
D . To the pulmonary arteries then to the lungs

Answer: A

Explanation:

Oxygen-poor blood arrives in the right atrium and is pumped out through the right ventricle via the pulmonary arteries, to the lungs

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