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At rest, not at all. BUT there would be less of an increase in cardiac output during exertion - which results in quick fatigue and lowered (maximum) activity.

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Q: How would a weak heart affect the movement of blood through the body?
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What affects the flow of blood through the heart?

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What is the regular wave like movement of the blood pumped by the heart through the blood vessel?

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