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How many times does a heart beat daily?

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2011-07-03 16:04:37
2011-07-03 16:04:37

Take the pulse/heart rate, or beats per minute, and multiply by 60.

The multiplier 60 converts the beats per minute to beats per hour.

Take that answer and multiply by 24.

The multiplier 24 converts beats per hour to beats per 24 hour day. ie. Average pulse = 70 70 x 60 = 4200 4200 x 24 = 100800
The typical healthy resting heart rate in adults is 60-80 bpm

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