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# Prove the statements by mathematical | Ch 5.2 - 16E ISBN: 9780495391326 48

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Problem 16E

Prove the statements by mathematical induction.Exercise for all integers n ? 2.

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Craig 1 Ajane Craig HSC 308 *= Know for exam Professor Wisner Feb 7,2017 Week 5 Energy Expenditure Energy Expenditure = work performed How can we quantify this Using units of heat (calories, energy, jules KJ) Direct measurement of heat = direct calorimetry *Indirect calorimetry= O2 & CO2  All aerobic processes depend on the use of oxygen  By measuring VO2 we get an indirect estimate of energy expenditure  Indirect calorimetry is off by 1% but more convenient Respiratory Quotient  The ratio of CO2 produced to O2 consumed is the respiratory quotient  Carbs, lipids, and proteins require different amounts of O2 to be oxidized by CO2 and H2O  RQ is

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