anonymous
  • anonymous
According to one formula, your maximum heart rate (in beats per minute) is 220 minus your age (in years). A) How much does your maximum heart rate change from age 35 to 50? B) What is your maximum heart rate at age 65?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Where are you facing problems?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Question A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Let the age be X, then the equation is 220-X Now put X as 35 and then 50, what are your answers?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
185 and 170?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 15 beats?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes! When your grow old, the no. of beats deacrease by 15.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Would you argue that this is a valid model?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it depends on how healthy one is, see this http://www.livestrong.com/article/168986-why-does-the-heart-rate-decrease/
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are more chances getting ill with age, so yes i'd argue its valid.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks for all your help!

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