u13L02 Vital Capacity vs. Height Final Conclusions
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Are a person’s height and vital capacity correlated?
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Data:
Your height in cm: *
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Your AVERAGE vital capacity in L as measured by the Phipps/Bird wet spirometer: *
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Your AVERAGE vital capacity in L as estimated by the body surface area technique: *
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Support or reject your hypothesis USING data. *
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What results would you expect if you were to compared gender vs. vital capacity? *
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What other observations or trends do you notice from analyzing the graph? *
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Review:
1. ____ Lack or cessation of breathing *
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2. ____ Normal breathing in terms of rate and depth *
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3. ____ Labored breathing, or "air hunger" *
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4. ____ Chronic oxygen deficiency *
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5. ____ Condition characterized by fibrosis of the lungs and an increase in size of the alveolar chambers *
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6. ____ Condition characterized by increased mucus production, which clogs respiratory passageways and promotes coughing *
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7. ____ Respiratory passageways narrowed by bronchiolar spasms *
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8. ____ Together called COPD (check two boxes) *
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9. ____ Incidence strongly associated with cigarette smoking; outlook is poor *
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10. ____ Infection spread by airborne bacteria; a recent alarming increase in drug users and AIDS victims *
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