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Fat Mass/Fat-free Mass: Skeletal Muscle Fat-free Mass
Fat Mass/Fat-free Mass: Glycogen Fat-free Mass
Fat Mass/Fat-free Mass: Adipose Tissue Fat Mass
Fat Mass/Fat-free Mass: Water Fat Free Mass
Fat Mass/Fat-free Mass: Bone Fat-free Mass
All of the following must be known in order to analyze body composition using BIA: age, gender, weight, heigt, activity level
T/F: Energy expenditure is based on a person's basal metabolic rate and is not affected by physical activity levels False
T/F: The bioelectrical impendance technique depends on the body's conductivity of an electrical current True
T/F: The body's fat-free mass is 73% water and is a poor conductor of electrical current which yields high impendance False
T/F: As blood surges into the arteries during a heart beat, each artery stretches and bulges. This is a brief bulge of the artery is called a pulse. True
Created by: cather