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Table 8 Prediction of fat fraction from BMI for Caucasian + Black + Hispanic subjects.

From: Erratum to: Physiological models of body composition and human obesity

Subjects Linear Model I Model II
  a b MSR f1 BMI0 MSR f1 f0 BMI0 MSR
Male: 18 – 89 -.145 .0134 .0038 .594 16.71 0.00385 .647 .129 22.00 0.00377
Male: 18 – 31 -.201 .0134 .00273 .543 19.39 0.00315 .706 .118 23.78 0.00261
Male: 32 – 50 -.133 .0119 .00303 .505 16.54 0.00312 .619 .153 23.54 0.00281
Male: 51 – 89 -.126 .0136 .00310 .628 16.28 .00299 .661 .167 21.43 0.00283
Female: 18 – 90 +.0494 .0109 .00351 .728 13.50 .00276 .745 .220 19.65 0.00272
Female: 18 – 31 -.00685 .0116 .00237 .695 13.99 .00225 .774 .214 21.30 0.00181
Female: 32 – 50 +0.0700 .00963 .00306 .723 13.86 .00212 .737 .208 19.71 0.00209
Female: 51 – 90 +0.106 .0101 .00225 .681 11.57 .00210 .682 .249 18.28 0.00210
  1. Model parameters and mean square residual error (MSR) for Model I, Model II and Linear fit are listed.