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Samantha DiSibioZOO360 Lab 2Exercise One:1)The average RSA prominence of the subject is 22.499 BPM (Table 1.)2)Since the average pre-inhalation rate is 57.392 bpm and the RSA prominence is 22.499 bpm the percentage of the pre-inhalation heart rate that is RSA prominence is 39.202%.3)Figure 1. The heart and breathing of subject while at restTable 1. Heart rate variation of subject while breathing at rest.SubjectHeart Rate (BPM)Tidal VolumeMinMaxDHRMean (m/s)Breath 157.69280.53722.84570.0660.898Breath 257.69280.00022.30868.3061.467Breath 356.60478.94722.34468.0161.166Mean57.39279.82822.49968.7961.177Exercise 2
1)During normal inhalation before deep inhalation the change in heart rate was approximately 37.194 bpm and during deep inhalation the heart rate dropped to 20.948 bpm. This shows that there is a larger range in heart rate during normal inhalation than during deep inhalation. 2)The change in heart rate during deep inhalation at 20.948 bpm is much less than the change in heart rate during apnea at 49.945 bpm. This shows that there was a larger range of heart rate during apnea compared to deep inhalation. 3)The change in heart during normal breathing at 37.194 bpm was very close to the change in heart rate during recovery from apnea at 37.447 bpm demonstrating this return to normal breathing.