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A normal person blinks about 25 times per minute "when awake". a) How old will you be on your next birthday? b) To the nearest million, how many times will you have blinked on your next birthday? Assume you sleep 8 hours each day. And the first answer will be 10 years because I will be 10 at the end of the November. Thank you

25 times/minute times the number of minutes in your 10 years.
25 * 10 * 365 * 24 * 60 =?
You can do the calculations.
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