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Refer to the following chart. Using the equation (body-size factor X height in centimeters = volume of lungs), calculate the difference in the lung volumes of a male athlete who is 62 inches tall and a female athlete who is 56 inches tall. Show your work.

Body-Size Factor
Body (cm2)
Female 20
Male 25
Female athlete 22
Male athlete 29
(2 points)

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By now you should realize that we cannot see any chart.

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(I know but I tried to make it into a chart)

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get ur life

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Well the chat looks um like this:
I have converted the Cm to inches for you.

Body-Size Factor

Body Cm

Female 2ocm = 7.87402}
Male 25cm = 9.84252}
Female Athlete 22cm = 8.66142}
Male Athlete 29cm = 11.4173}

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Well the chat looks um like this:
I have converted the Cm to inches for you.
(that last one didn't turn out right) D:

Body-Size Factor

Body Cm

Female 20cm = 7.87402}
Male 25cm = 9.84252}
Female Athlete 22cm = 8.66142}
Male Athlete 29cm = 11.4173}

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