On average, an arm weighs about ~5.3% of your total body weight, depending on your gender, among other factors. A leg is about 17.5%. This means for a 150lb average human being, an arm weighs ~8lb and a leg weighs ~26lb.
Bones make up about 15% of a person's total body weight. For example, the bones of a person weighing 100 pounds would weigh about 15 pounds.
Believe it or not, the average human head weighs around 5kg or 11lbs. That's more than most new-born babies and all that is balanced on just 7 vertebrae in your neck and supported by around 20 muscles that are responsible for moving your head around and keeping that weight in place.
A human hand will be approximately 0.575% of the total body weight. Giving that the average adult weighs around 180 pounds (81kg), we can say that the average weight of a human hand is 1.03 pounds (0.46 kg).
There is such a thing as being big boned—but it's not a medical term, and it's never used correctly. People with larger bones are slightly larger for their heights, yes . . . but it's the soft tissue atop and around those bones—muscle and fat—that make some people look more “big boned” than others.
During your childhood and teenage years, new bone is added (or deposited) to the skeleton faster than old bone is removed (or withdrawn). As a result, your bones become larger, heavier, and denser. For most people, bone formation continues at a faster pace than removal until sometime after age 20.
5.972 × 10^24 kgEarth/Mass
The mean weight of the brain was 1407 g (range, 1070-1767 g), that of the liver was 1561 g (range, 838-2584 g), that of the spleen was 139 g (range, 43-344 g), that of the right lung was 445 g (range, 185-967 g), that of the left lung was 395 g (range, 186-885 g), that of the right kidney was 129 g (range, 79-223 g),
You might ask: Is bone stronger than steel? Bone typically has an elastic modulus that is like concrete but it's 10 times stronger in compression. As for the stainless-steel comparison, bone has a similar compressive strength but is three times lighter.
1. Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body. The shiny, white enamel that covers your teeth is even stronger than bone. This resilient surface is 96 percent mineral, the highest percentage of any tissue in your body – making it durable and damage-resistant.
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