How Does Your Heart Rate?

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How Does Your Heart Rate?

  1. 1. How Does Your Heart Rate?
  2. 2. • Checking your pulse on the wrist • You can easily check your pulse on the inside of your wrist, below your thumb. • Gently place 2 fingers of your other hand on this artery • Do not use your thumb, because it has its own pulse that you may feel. • Count the beats for 10 seconds, and then multiply the result by 6 to get the number of beats per minute.
  3. 3. Record your data in the table. Heart Rate for 10 seconds x 6 Heart Rate per minute Sitting x 6 Walking in Place x 6 Jumping Jacks x 6 Chair Step x 6 Group Members: A._____________________ B._____________________ C. ____________________ D. ____________________
  4. 4. Graph What conclusions can you draw from the data? Answer in paragraph form. HeartRate(perminute) Sitting Walking in Place Jumping Jacks Chair Step A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D 260 220 180 140 100 60 20 240 200 160 120 80 40 Graph the results from your group.
  5. 5. Lab Questions and Analysis 1. How did your resting pulse rate compare to that of others in your group? (at least 2-3 sentences) 2. What was the range of resting pulse rates in your group? 1. How was your pulse rate affected by exercise?(at least 2-3 sentences) 1. How did this compare the others in your group? (at least 2-3 sentences)
  6. 6. Lab Questions and Analysis 5. Which activity caused your pulse rate to increase the most? (at least 2-3 sentences) 6. Was this true for all members of your group? What might be reasons for any differences? (at least 2-3 sentences) 7. How did the change in pulse rates show in your graph? (at least 2-3 sentences)
  7. 7. Lab Questions and Analysis 5. Which activity caused your pulse rate to increase the most? (at least 2-3 sentences) 6. Was this true for all members of your group? What might be reasons for any differences? (at least 2-3 sentences) 7. How did the change in pulse rates show in your graph? (at least 2-3 sentences)
  8. 8. All questions written on notebook paper due Tuesday. *What conclusions can you draw from the data (graph)? (paragraph) 1. How did your resting pulse rate compare to that of others in your group? (at least 2-3 sentences) 2. What was the range of resting pulse rates in your group? 3. How was your pulse rate affected by exercise? (at least 2-3 sentences) 4. How did this compare the others in your group? (at least 2-3 sentences) 5. Which activity caused your pulse rate to increase the most? (at least 2-3 sentences) 6. Was this true for all members of your group? What might be reasons for any differences? (at least 2-3 sentences) 7. How did the change in pulse rates show in your graph? (at least 2-3 sentences) 8. Why do you think your heart beat faster? (at least 2-3 sentences) 9. What are you wondering now? (at least 2-3 sentences)

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