1) Which Harris-Benedict equation if used for females? a) (10 x weight) + (6.25 x height) - (5 x age) + 5 b) (10 x weight) + (6.25 x height) - (5 x age) + 8 c) (10 x weight) + (6.25 x height) - (5 x age) -161 d) (10 x weight) + (6.20 x height) - (5 x age) - 161 2) What is weight measured in when calculating the Harris-Benedict equation? a) kg b) g 3) Which calculation is used for Lightly active? a) BMR x 1.2 b) BMR x 1.55 c) BMR x 1.365 d) BMR x 1.375 4) Which one has a calculation of BMR x 1.725 a) Extra active b) Moderately active c) Very active d) Extremely active 5) What is Positive Energy Balance  a) energy intake is greater then energy expenditure b) energy intake is less then energy expenditure c) energy intake equals energy expenditure 6) Does negative energy balance mean energy intake is less than energy expenditure? a) True b) False 7) What is neutral energy balance and how does it affect the body? (2 answers) a) energy intake is equal to the energy expenditure b) the body has just enough energy to meet the demands placed on it c) energy intake is less than the energy expenditure d) the body will begin to store the additional energy as fat tissue 8) How can you measure body composition? a) BMI b) BIA c) BAA d) BIM 9) What is the calculation to work out BMI? a) weight/height b) height/weight 2 c) weight/height 2 d) height/weight 10) What is the unit for height for the BMI equation? a) M b) CM c) Inches d) Feet




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