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In the average lifetime a person will walk the equivalent of what?
The average moderately active person takes about 7500 steps a day. Assuming every day the person walks, an eighty year old person who began walking at one year of age, would have taken 216,262,500 steps in their lifetime. An average person, with an average stride, living to this age of 80 will walk about 108,131 miles. Happy walking! Drlaurel
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About 500,000 for a average smoker. According to official 'statistics', the 'average' smoker smokes around 100 cigarettes a week or 5,000 a year. Assuming that the 'average'… smoker smokes throughout his or her adult life and that smoking knocks 12 years off a smoker's life, the total number smoked would be more like 250,000. For comparison, exposure to secondhand smoke in the workplace is estimated by independent studies to be equivalent to smoking between 2 and 6 cigarettes a YEAR.
In a lifetime, around the world twice! So that's around 25512 Km! Around the world twice is correct but the circumference of the world is 40,075.16 km so it would be a total …of 80,150.32 km or 49,803.1 miles.
About three miles per hour.
It can vary. It depends on: how long you liveyour lifestylethe weatherif you have kidsif you have lots of windowsif you care that you have lots of windowsif you live in a nudi…st colony An estimate:If the only time you spend naked is when you're in the shower or getting dressed, if you live to be 80 years old you will probably spend about 10,600 hours or roughly 1 year and 2 months naked. (This includes baths as a kid, too.)
a lot more than you think.... more than 100,000
942 bottles of wine, in one persons lifetime. Well in the United States that is.
1/2 years or more. If you have bladder issues could be up to 4 years.
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1460 pounds and just short of 5 miles. :-D i just googled it lol
one, in the end a person only has themself.
The average moderately active person takes about 7500 steps a day. Assuming every day the person walks, an eighty year old person who began walking at one year of age, would h…ave taken 216,262,500 steps in their lifetime
I don't think there's any one time for anger; it happens from time to time, depending on the situations we face. If we can put any timeframe on it, perhaps as we leave c…hildhood, where things are done for us and life is carefree (for the most part), anger can arise because we're faced with bigger problems. And as we leave middle-age (around 50), there might be more anger because we regret not doing things we thought we would do. But it isn't a constant emotion for most people; it's just something that happens and we deal with it with the intention to get back to being balanced & productive.