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The number of calories K needed each day by a moderately active man who weighs w kilograms, is h centimeters tall, and is a years old can be estimated by the formula

K = 19.18w + 7h - 9.52a + 92.4

A) Marv is moderately active, weighs 97 kg, is 185 cm tall, and is 55 yr old. What are his caloric needs?

B) Solve the formula for a; for h; for w.

P = 2l + 2w and w = - l

Are equivalent formulas involving the perimeter P, the length l, and the width w of a rectangle. Devise a problem for which the second of the two formulas would be more

useful.

The number of calories K needed each day by a moderately active man who

weighs w kilograms, is h centimeters tall, and is a years old can be

estimated by the formula

K = 19.18w + 7h â 9.52a + 92.4

A) Marv is moderately active, weighs 97 kg, is 185 cm tall, and is 55 yr

old. What are his caloric needs?

B) Solve the formula for a; for h; for w.

- l

Are equivalent formulas involving the perimeter P, the length l, and

the width w of a rectangle. Devise a problem for which the second of

the two formulas would be more

useful.

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The number of calories K needed each day by a moderately active man who weighs w kilograms, is h centimeters tall, and is a years old can be estimated by the formula

K = 19.18w + 7h - 9.52a + 92.4

A) Marv is moderately active, weighs 97 kg, is 185 cm tall, and is 55 yr old. What are his caloric needs?

B) Solve the formula for a; for h; for w.

P = 2l + 2w and w = - l

Are equivalent formulas involving the perimeter P, the length l, and the width w of a rectangle. Devise a problem for which the second of the two formulas would be more

useful.

The number of calories K needed each day by a moderately active man who

weighs w kilograms, is h centimeters tall, and is a years old can be

estimated by the formula

K = 19.18w + 7h â 9.52a + 92.4

A) Marv is moderately active, weighs 97 kg, is 185 cm tall, and is 55 yr

old. What are his caloric needs?

B) Solve the formula for a; for h; for w.

- l

Are equivalent formulas involving the perimeter P, the length l, and

the width w of a rectangle. Devise a problem for which the second of

the two formulas would be more

useful.