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How much carbon is there in a 60kg pupil?

  • there is 45% CARBON IN A 60KG CHILD

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  • Answer: there is 45% CARBON IN A 60KG CHILD
  • Answer: since 1 stone = approximately 6 kg in a stone then 46 divided by 6=7.66666666667 then that rounded is 7 stone. the accurate answer is 7.33824.
  • Answer: factors determining the propensity to move, of your 60kg mass,include its shape, its area, its roughness and so on. On theinformation given, no answer is possible.
    But with appropriate choice of parameters, a quite low air pressurewill suffice.
  • Answer: you BMI is 25.

    BMI Categories:
    • Underweight = <18.5
    • Normal weight = 18.5-24.9
    • Overweight = 25-29.9
    • Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater

  • Answer: UMM imm realy worried because i weigh 60kg and i am 13 im pretty all thow i wish i was way skinnyer thow i want to be like skinny im so fat i wana weigh 45kg again:( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(
  • Answer: The best way to understand in what weight category you fall, is to calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI).To calculate your BMI you can use either of the two equations below:BMI = weight (in kg) / height^2 (in meters squared)BMI = weight (in lbs) * 703 / height^2 (in inches squared)The categories for BMI are:
    • Underweight = <18.5
    • Normal weight = 18.5-24.9
    • Overweight = 25-29.9
    • Obesity = BMI of 30-39.9
    • Morbid Obesity = MBI of 40+
    Your BMI is 18.98In terms of fat percentage, the American Dietetics Association provides the following general guidelines:----------------------Normal---------------Overweight---------------ObeseFemale-------------15%-25%------------25.1%-29.9%-------------30%+Male----------------10%-20%------------20.1%-24.9%-------------25%+By Age what is considered normal:Age----------------------- Female------------------ Male18yrs-39yrs-------------21%-32%----------------8%-19%40yrs-59yrs------------ 23%-33%----------------11%-21%60yrs-79yrs-------------24%-35%----------------13%-24% Based on all this, I think you can see that your weight is normal and so is your fat percentage.
  • Answer: You Should maintain you weight according to the height of yours, as the women breast is made of a fats,so as you are going to lose the weight you Breasts starts decreasing,and vise versa.
    A good advice is that if you want to increase then have fattening things but not so much and on regular basis do the belly exercise and legs streching.
    So that your figure would not be distrube.
  • Answer: When something is burned (such as fuel, which contains carbon), a reaction takes place. Light, heat and physical force (in the case of an engine) are produced and oxygen is added. Recall that matter is not created nor destroyed, only converted. So when we add oxygen, it combines with the carbon to produce either carbon monoxide (one carbon one oxygen) or carbon dioxide (one carbon two oxygen).
  • Answer: yes. yes it is.
  • Answer: The pupil of the eye is simply a hole in the iris through which one can peer into the eye. It appears black because of the darkness therein; when lit (for example, by an ophthalmoscope) one can see the orange shades of the retina within the eye.

    The iris, on the other hand, inherits genetically determined pigments that reflect different spectra of light.
  • Answer: In one respect, yes it is a hole. It is an opening created by the constriction and dilation of the pupillary muscles in the iris. However, commonly the idea of a hole is a hollow and empty space. The lens is actually in the space we consider to be the pupil. The lens is what is responsible for focusing the visual image.
  • Answer: The pupil is the lack of Iris, or in other words, a hole.

    Of course there is a hole but what people see as the pupil is the transparent cornea. There is no hole into the eye.
  • Answer: the pupil is in the classroom