1) What are the two types of energy? a) Kinetic b) Thermal c) Nuclear d) Potential 2) What is a calorie? a) Energy required to raise 1kg of water by 1 degrees  b) Energy used to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degrees c) Energy used to raise 1 gram at a velocity of 1 metre per second d) Equivalent to 1000 joules 3) RDA, what does the A stand for? a) Allotments b) Allowance c) Action d) Agreement 4) What is the recommended daily allowance of fat? a) Less than 70g b) More than 40g c) 260g d) 50g 5) Metabolism helps with different functions, breathing and what other two? a) Maintaining healthy bones b) Creating white blood cells c) Digesting food d) Repairing cells 6) What is a joule? a) Equivalent to 1000 joules b) Energy used to raise 1kg of water by 1 degrees  c) 1 joule of energy moves a mass of 1 gram at a velocity of 1 metre per second d) Energy used to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degrees 7) What is the RDA for protein? a) 50g b) 25g c) 70g d) 260g 8) What is a kilocalorie? a) Equivalent to 1000 joules b) Energy used to raise 1kg of water by 1 degrees c) energy moves a mass of 1 gram at a velocity of 1 metre per second d) Energy required to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degrees 9) What is the RDA of carbohydrates? a) 260g b) 70g c) less than 60g d) 150g 10) What is a kilojoule? a) Energy used to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degrees b) Energy used to move a mass of 1 gram at a velocity per second c) Energy used to raise 1kg of water by 1 degrees d) equivalent to 1000 joules 11) What does M stand for in BMR a) Mass b) Measure c) Metabolic d) More 12) What percentage of your body's daily energy requirements is your BMR? a) 20% b) 50% c) 80% d) 98% 13) What 3 things play a role in metabolism? a) Height b) Body size c) Gender d) Age 14) What is BMR? a) Minimum amount of energy your body requires to carry out b) Maximum amount of energy c) Maximum amount of energy your body requires to carry out these chemical processes

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