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1. How can you help to prevent muscle mass loss as you age? A. Lift weights twice a week. B. Cut back on the amount of calories you eat during the day. C. Maintain a regular exercise program. D. You can't prevent muscle mass loss; it's inevitable as you get older.
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Maintaining a regular exercise helps prevent muscle loss as we age.
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8. Solve the following problem: 28 – 18 – 10. A. 10 B. 8 C. 18 D. 0
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28 – 18 – 10
= 10 - 10
= 0
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5. When your body burns calories more efficiently, you A. lose all your body fat. B. decrease the amount of muscle mass and increase the amount of body fat. C. increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat. D. exercise without fatigue.
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When your body burns calories more efficiently, you increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat.
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13. Write 850 as the product of its prime factors. A. 10 × 85 B. 5 × 10 × 17 C. 2 × 5 × 5 × 17 D. 17 × 50
Weegy: 850 as the product of its prime factors 2 x 5 x 5 x 17. (More)
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10. Subtract the quotient of 15 ÷ 3 from the sum of 33 and 7. A. 37 B. 23 C. 21 D. 35
Weegy: (33+7)-(15/3) = 40-5 = 35 User: 11. Find the product of 987.2365 and 1,000. A. 987,236.5 B. .09872365 C. .9872365 D. 9,872,365 Weegy: 987.2365 * 1,000 = 987,236.5 (More)
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16. The least common multiple of 3, 4, 6, and 8 is A. 24. B. 8. C. 72. D. 96.
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