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enter a formula in the output that computes the heart rate(beats per minute) for a given input of age.

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Step 1

We can calculate the heart rate(beats per minute) for a given input of age by using below methods, that will give a genearalised formula for calculating the heart rate for given input of age: -

(1) Method

Let us consider A represents the age 

and B represents the resting heart rate then the below formula can give us the heart rate(beats per minute) for a given input of age.

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Step 2

(2.) Method II

For a given age we can have the  maximumheart rate as below: -

220 - Age = Maximum Heart Rate

For example: - say a person is 40 year old then its maximumheart rate can be calculated as:

220 - 40 = 180 beats per minute (bpm) Max Heart Rate

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(3.) Method III

The below formula can also be used to calculate the maximum heart rate for a person.It is more accurate than the previous ones.

217 - (.85 x Age...

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