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A person's exercise metabolic rate (EMR) will increase if he or she Question 9 options: 1) decreases the time spent exercising. 2) performs light daily activities instead of structured exercise
routines. 3) increases the activity level from light to moderate. 4) combines exercise with a very low calorie diet.
3) increases the activity level from light to moderate.
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