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The maximum volume of air a person can breathe in after a forced expiration is called


A
total lung capacity
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B
tidal volume
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C
vital capacity
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D
inspiratory capacity
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Solution

The correct option is C vital capacity
The maximum volume of air that a person can breathe in after forced expiration or the maximum volume of air that a person can breathe out after forced inspiration is called vital capacity.
VC=IRV+ERV+TV(Inspiratory reserve volume)(Expiratory reserve volume)(Tidal volume)

On the other hand, tidal volume is the air inspired or expired during normal breathing.

Total lung capacity is the volume of air present in lungs and respiratory passage after maximum inspiration.

Whereas, inspiratory capacity is total volume of air that a person can inspire after normal expiration.

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