Table 2Class Grip Strength Data Average mean force N Males dominant hand grip

Table 2class grip strength data average mean force n

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Table 2−Class Grip Strength Data Average mean force (N) Males (dominant hand grip strength) Females (dominant hand grip strength) Table 3−Class Grip Strength Data Average mean force (N) Right hand Left hand Right-handed individuals Left-handed individuals Table 4−Class Grip Strength Data Height (rounded to nearest inch) Average mean grip strength of dominant hand (N) 1.52 m (5’) or below 1.55−1.63 m (5’1”−5’4”) 1.65–1.73 m (5’5”−5’8”) 1.75–1.83 m (5’9”−6’) 1.85 m (6’1”) and above
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16 - 4 Human Physiology with Vernier LabQuest 16 DATA ANALYSIS 1.Is there a difference in grip strength in your dominant and non-dominant hands? Are you surprised by the result? 2.Examining the data in Table 3, does there appear to be a correlation between “handedness” and grip strength? Are the results similar for right-handed and left-handed people? 3.Is there a difference between the grip strengths in the different categories of height for which data was collected in Table 4? What conclusion can you draw about the relationship between height and grip strength?4.Does gender play a more significant role in grip strength than height? than “handedness?”
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