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# Assume that a person skiing high in the mountains at analtitude of 15,000 ft takes in

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Problem 2.20

Assume that a person skiing high in the mountains at analtitude of 15,000 ft takes in the same volume of air with eachbreath as she does while walking at sea level. Determine the ratioof the mass of oxygen inhaled for each breath at this high altitudecompared to that at sea level.

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