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Please answer C and D.

C) In another experiment, with [E]r at 0.04 HM and substrate concentration [SAD] at 30 HM, the researchers find
that Vo 0.40 HM/s. What is the measured KM of the enzyme? Show all your calculations and make sure you have
the correct units.
does not change
D) What happens to KM when you double the [E]r? (encircle one)
increases
decreases
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C) In another experiment, with [E]r at 0.04 HM and substrate concentration [SAD] at 30 HM, the researchers find that Vo 0.40 HM/s. What is the measured KM of the enzyme? Show all your calculations and make sure you have the correct units. does not change D) What happens to KM when you double the [E]r? (encircle one) increases decreases

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