A2 bio: density of blood

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hi ,
can anyone help me with the following experiment:
"an investigation into density of mock blood"

i need some background information about density of blood:
1. of a normal person
2. of the same person who undergoes regular exercise
3. of the same person who undergoes exercise at high altitude

I've tried searching on google and was unsuccessful. So please if anyone has any information, on the relavent topic,

Please help!!!
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hi ,
can anyone help me with the following experiment:
"an investigation into density of mock blood"

i need some background information about density of blood:
1. of a normal person
2. of the same person who undergoes regular exercise
3. of the same person who undergoes exercise at high altitude

I've tried searching on google and was unsuccessful. So please if anyone has any information, on the relavent topic,

Please help!!!
I would imagine that blood density would increase in each case (with high altitude exercise giving greatest blood density). This is because when you exercie more, you need to get more oxygen to the muscles so that the rate of respiration can increase to produce more energy.
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