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The daily metabolic rate of a moose can be expressed as a function of weight where M = 225.5w^(3/4). Where "w" is the weight of the moose...

The daily metabolic rate of a moose can be expressed as a function of weight where M = 225.5w^(3/4).
Where "w" is the weight of the moose in kg.
and "M" is the metabolic rate in kcal/day.

If you observe a 350kg moose who is gaining weight at a rate of 1 kg/day, at what rate is his metabolism changing?

Thank you! Please include units in final answer :)

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The daily metabolic rate of a moose can be expressed as a function of weight where Where "w" is the weight of the moose in kg. and "M" is the metabolic rate in kcal/day. If you...

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