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Human muscles have an efficiency of about __________. A. 9 to 17% B. 18 to 26% C. 27 to 35% D. 36 to 44%
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Any external force that acts against movement is called: resistance.
The measure of an object's mass and velocity is called __________. A. gravity B. acceleration C. inertia D. momentum
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Human movement involves the complex interplay of many-body systems. TRUE.

Real-world efficiencies are generally very high, in the 90 percent range.
Weegy: Real-world efficiencies are generally very high, in the 90 percent range. FALSE. User: One consequence of Newton's third law of motion is that __________. A. every object that has mass has inertia B. a force acting upon an object increases that objects acceleration C. all actions have equal and opposite reactions D. none of the above Weegy: One consequence of Newton's third law of motion is that all actions have equal and opposite reactions. . User: Which of the following statements about air is TRUE? A. Air is not a source of resistance. B. Air has mass, but not inertia. C. Air is not affected by human movement. D. None of these statements are true. (More)
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None of these statements about air are true.
According to Newton's third law of motion, if you push against a wall, the wall will __________. A. attract you with its low gravity B. fall over once you overcome its inertia C. push against you with equal force D. heat up due to energy transfer
Weegy: According to Newton's third law of motion, if you push against a wall, the wall will push against you with equal force. User: Deliberate practice is unnecessary to gain expertise. Weegy: Deliberate practice is unnecessary to gain expertise. FALSE. User: It is impossible to destroy __________. A. motion B. momentum C. energy D. velocity Weegy: It is impossible to destroy energy. User: Which of the following is NOT a factor in efficiency? A. metabolism B. type of movement C. muscle efficiency D. digestion (More)
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Digestion is NOT a factor in efficiency.
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