jodijo5's Nutrients Report 05/01/17 - 05/02/17
Your personal Calorie goal is 4124. Your plan amounts are based on meeting your nutrient needs.
Nutrients
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Total Calories
4124 Calories
1893 Calories
Under
Protein (g)*
56 g
104 g
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eblev's Nutrients Report 07/31/15 - 07/31/15
Your plan is based on a 2000 Calorie allowance.
Nutrients
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Total Calories
2000 Calories
1760 Calories
OK
Protein (g)*
46 g
63 g
OK
Protein (% Calories)*
10 - 35% Calories
14% Calories
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Straight up extend the graph of f(x)=x by the factor 3.1 then move the result up 19 units.
2. Determine how well the model describes the act
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Straight up extend (do you mean stretch?) the graph of f(x)=x by the factor 3.1 then move the
result up 19 units.
2. Determine how well the
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1. Use the functions to find the stopping distance on wet pavement and dry pavement for a car
traveling at 55 MPH.
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