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depends on agebirth to 6 weeks: 30-60 breaths per minute6 months: 25-40 breaths per minute3 years: 20-30 breaths per minute6 years: 18-25 breaths per minute10 years: 15-20 breaths per minuteadults: 12-20 breaths per minuteso about 1 beat every 3 seconds if you are an adultHOPE THIS HELPED :)

The average exchange of air per breath is 500 ml for men and 390 mL for women and the average breathing rate is about 12 times per minute. That's about 6 litres a minute, 0.360 m3/hr for men and 4 litres a minute, 0.240 m3/hr for women.The average respiratory rate varies by by age:Newborns: 44 breaths per minuteInfants: 20-40 breaths per minutePreschool children: 20-30 breaths per minuteOlder children: 16-25 breaths per minuteAdults: 12-20 breaths per minuteAdults during strenuous exercise 35-45 breaths per minuteAthletes' peak 60-70 breaths per minuteAs a consequence the actual tidal respiration volume for any individual would have to be calculated.Answer:A person breathes about 100 litres (0.1 m3) of air every hour.

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12 to 20 but if you are fat of smoke it will be more

1 hour = 60 minutes 20 gallons / 1 minute = x gallons / 60 minutes Solve the equation for the amount of gallons per hour 60 min x 20 gallon / 1 = x x = 1200 gallons/minute

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* Newborns: Average 44 breaths per minute * Infants: 20-40 breaths per minute * Preschool children: 20-30 breaths per minute * Older children: 16-25 breaths per minute * Adults: 12-20 breaths per minute * Adults during strenuous exercise 35-45 breaths per minute * Athletes' peak 60-70 breaths per minute[6] source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Respiratory_rate#Normal_findings * Newborns: Average 44 breaths per minute * Infants: 20-40 breaths per minute * Preschool children: 20-30 breaths per minute * Older children: 16-25 breaths per minute * Adults: 12-20 breaths per minute * Adults during strenuous exercise 35-45 breaths per minute * Athletes' peak 60-70 breaths per minute[6] source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Respiratory_rate#Normal_findings

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12 to 20 breaths per minute

the answer is 20

Newborns: Average 44 breaths per minuteInfants: 20-40 breaths per minutePreschool children: 20-30 breaths per minuteOlder children: 16-25 breaths per minuteAdults: 12-20 breaths per minuteAdults during strenuous exercise 35-45 breaths per minuteAthletes' peak 60-70 breaths per minute

For adults it is only 12 breaths per minute when relaxed. Other older textbooks often say even smaller values (e.g., 8-10 breaths per minute). Most modern adults breathe much faster at about 15-20 breaths per minute

Newborns: 30-40 breaths per minute Less Than 1 Year: 30-40 breaths per minute 1-3 Years: 23-35 breaths per minute 3-6 Years: 20-30 breaths per minute 6-12 Years: 18-26 breaths per minute 12-17 Years: 12-20 breaths per minute Adults Over 18: 12-20 breaths per minute. Then that is 1440 minutes a day: 1440 x (16) = 23040 a day A year: 23040 x 365 = 8'409'600 a year A normal 20 year old will have breathed 168'192'000 times since they were born. Now try to work out yourself how much you have breathed.

At rest and not under stress a male chicken (rooster) has a rate of between 12 and 20 breaths per minute. The hens rate is higher under the same conditions averaging 20 to 36 breaths per minute. Many factors can influence these rates including ambient temperatures, stress and activity.

18-20 breaths per minute

15 to 20 breaths per minute

For an adult at a resting rate, 12 to 20 breaths per minute is considered to be the normal range. This obviously increases if you are exercising or exerting yourself.