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Open the attachment entitled “Life Expectancy Worksheet”. Follow the instructions to complete the worksheet, then answer the following questions: 1) By how many years did your predicted longevity change as a result of the factors listed below? For each factor, a negative change indicates a decrease in longevity and a positive change in years indicates an increase in predicted longevity. a. Genetic history. Subtract your beginning life expectancy from your total after item 8 (intelligence). ___2.0__________
Number of years by which predicted longevity changed __________plus 2 years___
(indicate plus or minus) b. Personal health habits. Subtract your total after item 17 (health status) from your total following item 8 (intelligence) __________9.0___*…show more content…*

Socioeconomic status. Subtract your total in years following item 22 (age and work) from your total following item 17 (health status). __1.0________ Number of years by which predicted longevity changed. ______minus 1 year___ d. Social and personality characteristics. Subtract your total in years following item 32 (happy personality) from your total following item 22 (age and work). ________0_ Number of years by which predicted longevity changed ____0_____ 2) By how many years did your predicted longevity change (increase or decrease from beginning life expectancy) as a result of factors that are under your direct control? State number of years longevity

Socioeconomic status. Subtract your total in years following item 22 (age and work) from your total following item 17 (health status). __1.0________ Number of years by which predicted longevity changed. ______minus 1 year___ d. Social and personality characteristics. Subtract your total in years following item 32 (happy personality) from your total following item 22 (age and work). ________0_ Number of years by which predicted longevity changed ____0_____ 2) By how many years did your predicted longevity change (increase or decrease from beginning life expectancy) as a result of factors that are under your direct control? State number of years longevity

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