Depends entirely on the size of the person being considered. Everyone will have a different amount of skin according to the physical size of the person.
There are several calculaters on the Internet that will tell you the surface area of your skin. It's estimated that the average adult has a surface area of 1.5 - 2.0 square metres.
by Stephanie 8 years ago
What negative effects can not drinking water daily have on the human body?We all know that drinking water can have positive effects on the human body... but what about those who never drink water and drink mostly things like juice and soda pop daily? What are the short term and long term...
by eirehc27 10 years ago
How many mitotic divisions are estimated to occur in the human body per second?
by Gary R. Smith 8 years ago
Does the human body really have chakras?What is your feeling or experience towards the chakras (energy centers) of the body? Have you ever noticed those centers opening or closing? Are you aware of energy imbalances or when your chakras are in harmony?
by Disappearinghead 11 years ago
When we consider the workings of the human body: the immune system, the continual automatic regulation of its systems, the subconcious workings of the brain, the workings of a cell; does it not seem strange that the body is more intelligent than the person living inside? If there is no God, explain...
by Neil Coulson 8 years ago
How will the human body adapt to life on Mars?The muscles in the human body have adapted to suit the gravitational force of Earth. With the gravity on Mars being 1/3rd that of Earth, how do you think the body will evolve?
by Lovely 7 9 years ago
What is the most abundant element in the human body?
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