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If ozone mixing ratios in ottawa and denver are the

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Unformatted text preview: 0 e " z H ). P / ! b) (10 points) A woman in average conditions living in Ottawa (elevation above sea level = 70 m) breathes at a rate of 8 lit/min. If this woman travels to Denver (elevation = 1600 m), how much faster does she have to breathe if her metabolism requires her blood to receive the same amount of oxygen in both cities? If ozone mixing ratios in Ottawa and Denver are the same, by what percent does her exposure to ozone change in Denver. Consider a scale height of 7.4...
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