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PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 4 Activity 1
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- why was the BMR measured in Activity ?

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I need this too, what'd you put Thinking



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Nothing yet. I'm still stuck Too Funny. If I figure it out, I'll let u know



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Thanks!



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okay so the definition of BMR is this:

Rate at which energy is expended (heat produced) by the body per unit time under controlled (basal) conditions.

So i just made an answer out of that.



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George
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Thx a lot, it's simple but it will do Smile



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Your welcome



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