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depends on age

- birth to 6 weeks: 30-60 breaths per minute
- 6 months: 25-40 breaths per minute
- 3 years: 20-30 breaths per minute
- 6 years: 18-25 breaths per minute
- 10 years: 15-20 breaths per minute
- adults: 12-20 breaths per minute
- so about 1 beat every 3 seconds if you are an adult
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Q: How many breaths are taken in one second?

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