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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsChemistry · 2 months ago

plzzz chemistry help ?

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  • 2 months ago

    Supposing "the recommended dose" to be 1500 mL (1.500 L):


    (1000 kcal/ L) x (1.500 L) = 1500 kcal


    (30 g protein/L) x (1.500 L) = 45 g protein


    (132.5 g carbohydrate/L) x (1.500 L) = 198.75 g carbohydrate


    The percentage of calories derived from fat is the same regardless of the volume of the dose.

    This percentage cannot be calculated without knowing the number of calories in a gram of fat, and without knowing the total number of calories contained in a known mass of the solution.


    (852 mL water/L) x (1.500 L) =  1278 mL water

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