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A Mathematical Nature Walk by John Adam

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At the end…

 

 

Since the questions in this book have been prompted by things I have noticed and wondered about on my many walks, both long and short, over the years, it seems to me to be appropriate to conclude with some items that have to do specifically with walking, and endings…So without further ado, let's begin the final section with a question about perambulation!

Q.93:    How can you model walking?

No one denies the obvious and numerous health benefits of walking. For a start, it is good for your heart. One recent study indicates that walking at a moderate pace (3 mph) for up to 3 hours a week—or 30 minutes a day—can cut the risk of heart ...

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