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If a person has a mass of 62 kg, how many pounds of water does she have in her body? And it gives the typical adult body containing 51% water

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instead of .6, multiply by .51

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kg water = 62 kg x 0.51 = ??
Then convert kg to lbs.

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Ok so it would be 69.7221 lb or 70lb since it only wants two sig figs

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