What Is the Weight of the Brain?

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The average weight of a human brain is 1, 300 - 1, 400g for adults and 350 - 400g for newborns. The brain makes up about two percent of the human's mass. Its average length is about 167 mm, average width is about 140 mm, and average height about 93 mm.
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