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scale to determine the level of difficulty the subjects were facing. After the subjects were finished they dislodged the apparatus from their mouths and dried their bodies of sweat produced from the intense exertion of energy. Below are the values for the subjects. Subject 1: Bike Protocol Time Ve Vo2 RER HR 0-2m 30.01 1.1 0.85 122 2-4m 39.74 1.48 0.85 133 4-6m 45.07 1.63 0.91 142 6-8m 41.03 1.56 0.9 145 8-10m 57.32 2.05 0.95 158 10- 12m 63.46 2.13 0.97 169 12- 14m 74.26 2.46 1 179 14- 16m 93.91 2.86 1.05 184 16- 18m 106.17 3.12 1.06 191 18- 20m 132.93 3.85 1.06 196 Subject 2: Treadmill protocol Time Ve Vo2 RER HR TV RR 0-2m 25.66 1.04 0.78 155 0.92 28
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2-4m 44.43 2.12 0.78 156 1.54 29 4-6m 59.94 2.29 0.88 167 1.68 33 6-8m 66.91 2.75 0.9 168 1.62 41 8-10m 94.57 3.38 0.97 175 1.83 52 10- 12m 119.58 3.75 1.08 188 2.11 57 Results Subject 1 This graph shows the amount of oxygen inhaled from minute to minute. This shows an increasing correlation between time and the amount of oxygen needed to continue exercise. This graph shows the amount of oxygen inspired vs. the amount of oxygen expired with relation the amount of time that passes by. This graph shows the correlation between time and the exchange between oxygen and co2. This graph shows the heart rate in BPM vs. Time. As the time increased the heart rate also showed an increasing correlation. Subject 2 This graph shows the amount of oxygen inhaled from minute to minute. This shows an increasing correlation between time and the amount of oxygen needed to continue exercise. This graph shows the amount of oxygen inspired vs. the amount of oxygen expired with relation the amount of time that passes by. This graph shows the correlation between time and the exchange between oxygen and co2.
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