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College Physics

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1st Edition
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ISBN: 9781938168000

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Chapter 7, Problem 48PE
Textbook Problem

Energy that is not utilized for work or heat transfer is converted to the chemical energy of body fat containing about 39 kJ/g. How many grams of fat will you gain if you eat 10,000 kJ (about 2500 kcal) one day and do nothing but sit relaxed for 16.0 h and sleep for the other 8.00 h? Use data from Table 7.5 for the energy consumption rates of these activities.

Chapter 7, Problem 48PE, Energy that is not utilized for work or heat transfer is converted to the chemical energy of body

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