EXSC 205L
Lab Final
1.
If I have 44 test subject pairs, how many degrees of freedom do I have?
a. 46
b. 2
c. 42
d. 86
2. The hypothesis that is tested statistically is the?
a. Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient
b. research hypothesis
c. null hypothesis
d. correlation hypothesis
3. If Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient ( r ) is closest to 1, then there is
what type of correlation?
a. Direct correlation
b. Indirect correlation
c. Perfect negative correlation
d. No correlation
4. Fat Mass can be classified into what 2 categories?
a. Storage fat and Essential fat.
b. Essential fat and sex specific fat
c. Storage fat and sex specific fat
d. Muscle mass and Bone
5. What calculation is used to find Fat Free Mass?
a. FFM = Total Body Weight x %Fat
b. FFM = Weight (kg) / Height (m)
c. FFM = FFM / 1.0 – ideal %Fat
d. FFM = Total Body Weight – (Total Body Weight x %Fat)
6. What is considered the “gold standard” of Body Composition testing?
a. Skin Fold
b. BMI
c. Bioelectrical Impedance Assessment
d. Hydrostatic Weighing
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View Full Document7. What is the BMI of a 214lb, 69” tall Male athlete?
a. 31.6
b. 3.1
c. 34
d. 1.4
8. What are the units for BMI?
a. Kilograms
b. Meters
c. Pounds
d. There are no units
9. What form of energy production requires oxygen?
a. ATP CP
b. Glycolysis
c. Krebs Cycle
d. Anaerobic
10. What does RER stand for?
a. Resting Exchange Rate
b. Respiratory Exhaustion Rate
c. Respiratory Exchange Ratio
d. Respiratory Exchange Rate
11. RER is the measurement of what?
a. VCO
2
/VO
2
b. VO
2
/VCO
2
c. energy consumed/energy produced
d. energy produced/energy consumed
12. 1 kilocalorie is defined as what?
a. the amount of energy required to burn 1000 calories
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 '07
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