physiology lab results

physiology lab results - Results Graph #1 This graph shows...

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Results Graph #1 This graph shows the different reaction times or distances on the yardstick where the person was able to recognize and catch it (cm) with a resting heart rate. There is no definitive conclusion that can be drawn because the best fit line does not correlate with the graph’s data points, however, the bulk of the reaction times or locations on the yardstick where it was caught were around 15-17 centimeters. This graph is depicting the participant’s normal reaction time without any interference as far as heart rate is concerned. This data shows that the reaction times are scattered however there is no correlation between heart rate and reaction time because resting heart rate is being examined. It is our hypothesis that the reaction times or the locations on the yardstick where it was caught should be for the most part, highest on this graph. Resting Heart Rate  (beats/min) Location Where Yardstick was Caught  (centimeters) Participant 1 84 10 Participant 2 68
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This document was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course BIO 10002 at GWU.

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