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In an average gasp of air, only 15-20% is oxygen. When you exhale you release around 10%. In short, 10% would be the ideal minimum.
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How much oxygen does an average person need per day?

How much oxygen does an average person need per day?

The average adult at rest inhales and exhales something like 7 or 8 liters (about one-fourth of a cubic foot) of air per minute. That totals something like 11,000 liters of ai

How much air in liters does a human inhale per minute?

  the average person breaths in about 7 to 8 litres of air every minute when relaxed hope this answers your question

Why can't a person who needs extra oxygen just breathe air?

  Air contains only about 60% oxygen. When someone is having difficulty breathing, there is ususally a heart or lung condition. As the heart pumps, it allows for and excha

How much air does a human breath?

well they breathe tons of times during the day the average would br about 1,000,000 times a day! The average person at rest will breathe about 15 +/- times per minute meaning
Average breaths per minute?

Average breaths per minute?

depends on if you have exersised or not but average is about 20-30 per minute

How much do you breath in and breath out for oxygen?

the air is a mixture mainly of Nitrogen, around 80%, and a mixture of other gases including Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide (CO2). Only the oxygen is required for human breathing pu

What is volumet of air per breath?

The TOTAL lung capacity of the average adult human is around 6 litres of air. However - only a fraction of the lungs capacity is used during normal breathing.