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A person breathes in and out every three seconds. The volume of air in the persons lungs varies between a minimum of 2 liters and a maximum of 4 liters.Which of the following is the best formula for the volume of air in the persons lungs as a function of time? (a) y = 2+2sin\$ 3 t% (b) y = 3+sin\$2 3 t% (c) y = 2+2sin\$2 3 t% (d) y = 3+sin\$ 3 t% 1

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