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We’re being asked to convert 2.00 × 103 kcal to kJ.
We need the following conversion factors for this:
1 kcal = 103 cal 1 cal = 4.184 J 1 kJ = 103 J
The daily dietary energy requirement for an adult is 2.00 × 103 kcal (1 cal = 4.184 J). This is equivalent to
a. 47.8 x 104 kJ
b. 8.37 x 103 kJ
c. 8.37 x 103 J
d. 2.00 x 103 kJ
e. 478 kJ
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