Mary drinks 600 ml of water How many cups is this equivalent to A 3 cups B 2 12

Mary drinks 600 ml of water how many cups is this

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26) Mary drinks 600 ml of water. How many cups is this equivalent to? A) 3 cupsB) 2-1/2 cupsC) 2 cupsD) 1 cup 26) 27) On average, which of the following individuals would have the highest percentage of body water? 27) 28) Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding phosphorus? 28) 29) Which of the following foods contains the lowest amount of sodium? 29) 30) Which of the following is a diuretic? A) alcoholB) waterC) orange juiceD) milk 30) 31) Which of the following is NOT a major function of sodium? 31) 32) Which of the following do sodium and potassium NOT have in common? 32) 3
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33) Which of the following does NOT explain why infants have a higher risk of dehydration thanhealthy young and middle-aged adults? 33) 34) What is fluid that flows between the cells of tissues and organs? A) ionic fluidB) intravascular fluidC) intracellular fluidD) interstitial fluid34) 35) Which of the following does NOT describe tissue fluid? 35) 36) Which of the following is NOT a mechanism to maintain the bodyʹs internal temperature? 36)
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