Well, it's just about the same as that of water, because when you
put the average human being in water, he just barely floats in it.
Some people (me, for example) can sink or float depending on how much
air they hold in their lungs, so their density can vary from just
below to just above 1.0 g/cm^3.
Human body density is 61 to 67 pounds per cubic foot. Most people use 64 pounds per cubic foot because it equals 8 squared and 4 cubed.
Water weighs 62.42796 pounds per cubic foot.
The average width of a healthy adult human body is about a 1 and a third feet wide in diameter around the torso. This is based on a body after it has reached its prime growth.
the human body is 3/4 quaters full of water the average human contain an average of 13 pint of water children under 14 have an average of 10 pint of water
The average size of a human liver in inches is around 8 inches. This varies based on gender and body types.
In males, the human leg weighs 16.68 percent of the total body weight. In females, it is 18.43 percent. On the average, a human leg weighs 17.555 percent of the total body weight.
muscle density and bone density
well i think it depends how much fat you have on your body. fat is less dense than bones and muscle, therefore a fat persons density is lower than an athletic person but an average person should be close to the waters density. (which is 1 in 4 Celcius)
The human body has a density close to that of water ~ 1000 kg/m^3 an average person weight maybe 70 kg, which gives an approximate body volume of V=m/M = 70/1000 = 0,07 m^3 Although, a human body density could definitely change depending on anything that could be implanted into the body, and since fat can float (think of soap) it should alter the values accordingly.
Density is defined by how compact a particular substance is. In the case of the density of water verses the human body, your body is slightly less dense than water that is why humans can float.
The human body have a density of 62.4 pound per cubic foot, water has ,( to my knolage ) the same density , therefore letting one float on water, so i would have to say the human body is the SAME density as water.... :)
in human body blood is liquid
The average human body has a density of 1.010 kg/litreThe density of pure water is exactly 1 kg/litreThe density of sea water is 1.025 kg/litreSo the average human is denser than fresh water but less dense than seawater.There are significant differences in density between people, women tend to be less dense than men, muscular people tend to be more dense, fat people tend to be less dense. We can also reduce our density by breathing in deeply.Incidentally dead bodies tend to float after a few days due to the build up of decomposition gases within the body reducing its density.SourcesDensity of human body - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orders_of_magnitude_(density)Density of sea water - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_water
The average human weight is 70 kilograms.
No. The human body's density is very slightly below that of water, as the body contains air pockets that more than make up for the slightly heavier parts, and the rest is just water itself.
the average human body has 32 teeth!
The percentage of flesh in the average human body according to my calculations should be 35,74429%