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A woman floats in a region of the Great Salt Lake where the water is about four times saltier than the ocean and has a density of about 1130 kg/m3. The woman has a mass of 56 kg, and her density is 971 kg/m3 after exhaling as much air as possible from her lungs. Determine the percentage of her volume that will be above the waterline of the Great Salt Lake. (Express your answer to three significant figures.)
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