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10.1-10.2 Quiz

10.1-10.2 Quiz
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  • 1. Calculating a Woman's Body Fat Percentage

    You have the following information about a javelin thrower.

    Weight: 135 pounds

    Height: 64 inches

    Wrist: 5.5 inches

    Waist: 29 inches

    Hips: 34 inches

    Forearm: 7.5 inches

    Age: 22 years old

    Use the Body Fat Formula for women on page 453 to find the woman's body fat percentage.

    • Worked-Out Solution

      Using a spreadsheet, you can see that the woman's body fat percentage is about 26.1%.

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  • 2. Calculating a Woman's Body Mass Index

    You have the following information about a javelin thrower.

    Weight: 135 pounds

    Height: 64 inches

    Wrist: 5.5 inches

    Waist: 29 inches

    Hips: 34 inches

    Forearm: 7.5 inches

    Age: 22 years old

    Use the Body Mass Index Formula on page 453 to find the woman's body mass index.

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        `      `-----`   `-` --`  `-`   `-`  -----`   
                                                      
    
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  • 3. Calculating a Woman's Maximum Heart Rate

    You have the following information about a javelin thrower.

    Weight: 135 pounds

    Height: 64 inches

    Wrist: 5.5 inches

    Waist: 29 inches

    Hips: 34 inches

    Forearm: 7.5 inches

    Age: 22 years old

    Use the Maximum Heart Rate Formula on page 454 to find the woman's maximum heart rate.

    • Worked-Out Solution

      The formula for maximum heart rate is

      So, the woman's maximum heart rate is 220 - 22 = 198 beats per minute.

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  • 4. Calculating a Woman's Basal Metabolic Rate

    You have the following information about a javelin thrower.

    Weight: 135 pounds

    Height: 64 inches

    Wrist: 5.5 inches

    Waist: 29 inches

    Hips: 34 inches

    Forearm: 7.5 inches

    Age: 22 years old

    Use the Basal Metabolic Rate Formula on page 455 to find the woman's basal metabolic rate.

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  • 5. Calculating a Woman's Daily Calorie Balance

    You have the following information about a javelin thrower.

    Weight: 135 pounds

    Height: 64 inches

    Wrist: 5.5 inches

    Waist: 29 inches

    Hips: 34 inches

    Forearm: 7.5 inches

    Age: 22 years old

    The woman is extra active and has a daily calorie intake of 2400 calories. Would you expect the woman to be losing weight or gaining weight? Explain your reasoning.

    • Worked-Out Solution

      Using a spreadsheet, you can see that the woman should be losing weight.

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    |______//  /_____//  \____//     |_||    |_|\_\\  
    `------`   `-----`    `---`      `-`'    `-` --`  
                                                      
    
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  • 6. Describing Patterns in Women's Javelin Throw

    Describe any patterns in the graph.

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  • 7. Olympic Records in Women's Javelin Throw

    What percent of the winning distances were Olympic records?

    • Worked-Out Solution

      There are 18 points in the graph. A point represents an Olympic record if no point to its left lies lower on the vertical axis. Count the number of points that represent Olympic records.

      Of the 18 times, 12 were Olympic records. So, the percent of winning times that were Olympic records is

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  • 8. Olympic Record in Women's Javelin Throw

    What is the Olympic record for the women's javelin throw?

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    |_// \_||  |_____||  |  __//   |_____||  `__ `    
    `-`   `-`  `-----`   |_|`-`    `-----`   /_//     
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