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how do you convert the amount of grams of macromolecules on a food label to calories

Food Label #1:
What food are you analyzing? doritoes
Carbohydrates in grams: \6g
Lipid (Fat) in grams: 8g
Protein grams: 2g
Total Calories Calories from Carbohydrates Calories from Lipids (Fat) Calories from Protein
146
64
72
calorics
Galorie
calories
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Food Label #1: What food are you analyzing? doritoes Carbohydrates in grams: \6g Lipid (Fat) in grams: 8g Protein grams: 2g Total Calories Calories from Carbohydrates Calories from Lipids (Fat) Calories from Protein 146 64 72 calorics Galorie calories