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All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT: A) Basal metabolic measures B) Circumference measures C) Skinfold measures D) Hydrostatic measures
All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT:All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT:Skinfold measures
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User: All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT: A) Basal metabolic measures B) Circumference measures C) Skinfold measures D) Hydrostatic measures

Weegy: All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT:All of the following are scientific methods for determining body composition EXCEPT:Skinfold measures
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User: Basal metabolic rate is relatively stable throughout life. A) True B) False

Weegy: Basal metabolic rate is relatively stable throughout life.B) False
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