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The average pulse rate for the class data generally leaned between 60 and 80 beats per

minute throughout the 24-hour period. During the general sleeping and morning time hours,

pulse rate rested between 60 and 70. Prime activity hours were between 70 and 80. The highest

pulse clocked in at 78 during 6pm. The lowest pulse clocked in at 60 between 2pm and 4pm.

This is evidenced in Figure 1.

Hand eye coordination time for correct completion tended to have longer elapsed time

attempts during the morning and generally increased in speed as the day went on during prime

activity hours. The longest amount of time taken to complete the hand coordination test was

nearly 12 seconds. The shortest amount of time was 7 seconds. The highest amount of mistakes

also took place during the sleeping cycles and morning stages. Progressively making fewer

mistakes as the day went on and prime time activity hours took place. This is evidenced in Figure

2 and 3.

Adding speed seemed to share the same pattern. Longer elapsed times for completion of

the test took place during sleep cycle hours and morning stages. Faster and more efficient

completion times were achieved as the body became more readily wake during prime activity

hours. The longest elapsed time was nearly 180 seconds. The shortest elapsed time clocked in at

100 seconds. This is evidenced in Figure 4.