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HPRS 2300 – Chapter 29: Mr. CollinsMr. Collins, age 50, is diagnosed with hyperlipidemia (serum triglycerides = 250 mg/dL), and weighs 258 pounds. He is employed as a manager of a local department store. His exercise consists of work around his yard on weekends, and occasional walks with his family. He states he tries to follow a healthy diet, but is inconsistent and can’t seem to lose weight. His total cholesterol level is 288 mg/dL. He is prescribed Questran.NOTE: The answers to this case study, the drug Questran, and other questions about cholesterol can be found in your textbook and the following online resources:RxList (Questran)and Medical News Today.1.Which of the following combine to form VLDLs?a. triglycerides, HDL, and apolipoprotein Eb. triglycerides, cholesterol, and apolipoprotein B-100c. cholesterol, HDL, and apolipoprotein Ed. triglycerides, cholesterol, and fatty acids