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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.

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    Take body size factor of a male athlete from the chart, which is 29, and multiply it by the height given 62 and it equals 1798 cm cubed. 29 x 62=1798 cm^3 Take the body size factor of a female athlete from the chart, which is 22, and multiply it by the height given 56 and it equals 1232 cm cubed. 22 x 56=1232 cm^3

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