How Much Does the Average Human Arm Weigh?

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The average human arm weights about 5% of a person's total body weight. The exact amount will also depend upon how much fat a person has in their arm. Some people have more fat into their arms than others.
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A human arm is about 6.5% of a person's total body weight.
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That all depends on their gender and stature.
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We found the proportion of Forearm+Hand to forearm to be 1.715 which is within 6% error of the established value of 1.618.
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About 2 feet. That's counting from your shoulder to your wrist, not including your hand.
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