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Chapter 19, Problem 2RQ
Textbook Problem

The oxygen diffusion capacity of high-altitude natives is about

A. 5-10 percent greater than predicted

B. 10-15 percent greater than predicted

C. 15-20 percent greater than predicted

D. 20-25 percent greater than predicted

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