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Empirical data suggest thatthe surface area of a 180-cm-tall human body changes at the rate ofsquare meters/kilogram, where W is the weight of the body inkilograms. If the surface area of a 180-cm-tall human body weighing 70 kg is 1.886277 m ,what is the surface area of a human body of the same height weighing 75 kg?

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