a higher blood pressure than females do because the gender of a person is a factor of something that affects high blood pressure5.Did the result of your experiment support your hypothesis? Why or why not? Based onyour experiment what conclusion can you draw about the relationship of age and genderto group blood pressure averages?The results recorded in the experiment helped to support my hypothesis by showing thatas age increases so does the blood pressure of the person due to the effect that age hason their body and it also helped to show that males tend to have higher blood pressure than females also. From this experiment I can see that the age and gender of someone can help to play a major role in the person's health and blood pressure levels and helps to show that the age and gender of someone is one of the major effects of high blood pressure.
6.During the course of your experiment, did you obtain any blood pressure readings that were outside of the normal range for the group being tested? What did you notice on the medical charts for these individuals that might explain their high reading?When doing the experiment there were some individuals who had a higher blood pressure then others in the age and gender group, when looking at their medical recordsI was able to tell that the reason that they had a higher blood pressure was because hypertension either ran in there family, because their diet obtained too much salt or because of a lack of exercise 7.List risk factors associated with hypertension. Based on your observation, which risk