Question 6 1 1 point what is your inspiratory reserve

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Question 6 1 / 1 point What is your inspiratory reserve volume measurement? (Online students should enter their calculations from the downloaded assignment.) 1.090 Liters The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. View Feedback Question 7 1 / 1 point What is your Expiratory Reserve Volume measurement? (Online students should enter their calculations from the downloaded assignment.) 1.500
The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. View Feedback Question 8 1 / 1 point What is your vital capacity? (Online students should enter their calculations from the downloaded assignment.)
The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. View Feedback Question 9 1 / 1 point Among adults, the average pulmonary vital capacity decrease with age. Women tend to have smaller volumes than men of the same age and height. As height increases, vital capacity tends to increase. We can take these size and age-related variables into account and use a formula to estimate predicted vital capacity: Male: VC = 0.052H - 0.022A - 3.60 Female: VC = 0.041H - 0.018A - 2.69 VC = vital capacity in liters H = height in centimeters A = age in years Use this formula from your lab manual, and calculate your estimated vital capacity. Students attending lab on campus can measure their own vital capacity. Vital capacity is considered normal if it is within 80% of the predicted VC. * (Those doing the lab strictly online should use the data from the downloaded assignment). What is your estimated vital capacity?
VC=0.041(161.1)-0.018(18)-2.69 =3.7551 Liters The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. View Feedback Question 10 1 / 1 point Measuring FEV1 On Campus Lab Students Online Students If you are taking the lab on campus, then your teacher will provide you with instructions on how to measure your own FEV1. You will also need to figure out your FEV1 / VC ratio. If you are taking the lab strictly online, then follow these steps.Watch this video about FEV1 Measurement that goes through the steps of measuring an FEV1 on a “Harvard Spirometer.” Download the FEV1 Assignment that will allow you to calculate an FEV1 and a FEV1 /VC ratio from obtained data. Answer the following questions: What was your FEV1?(Online students should enter the calculated FEV1 from the downloaded assignment.) 2.634 Liters per second The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. View Feedback

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