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Which one of the following statements about muscle is most accurate? A. It weighs more than fat. B. Its weight in relation to fat depends on a person's fitness level. C. It weighs the same as fat. D. It weighs less than fat.
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User: Which one of the following statements about muscle is most accurate? A. It weighs more than fat. B. Its weight in relation to fat depends on a person's fitness level. C. It weighs the same as fat. D. It weighs less than fat.

Weegy: The most accurate statement about muscle is: Its weight in relation to fat depends on a person's fitness level.
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User: Which of the following conditions might occur if a female athlete attempts extreme weight loss? A. Bone fractures and torn ligaments B. Fluid retention and bloating C. Stomachaches and severe thirst D. Osteoporosis and amenorrhea

Weegy: Osteoporosis and amenorrhea might occur if a female athlete attempts extreme weight loss.
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User: Men and women, regardless of weight, will have different daily energy requirements because A. women are smaller than men and have fewer muscles. B. women naturally have more muscle mass than men and thus need more energy to function. C. men are more active than women throughout the day. D. men naturally have more muscle mass than women and thus need more energy to function

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Men and women regardless of weight will have different daily energy requirements because: men naturally have more muscle mass than women and thus need more energy to function.
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