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When unlimited energy (glucose = 100 and fat = 100) is available and pyruvate processing is inhibited (100%), the electron transport chain (ETC) runs at a _________ rate.

a,Low (1 - 30%)
b, Stops (1% or less)
c, Moderate (31 - 70%)
d, High (71 - 100%)

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