Morgan Stanley Experiment 7: Calorie Content of Food Report submitted:3/9/2013 Title: Calorie Content of Food Purpose: To measure the energy content of various food items and to become familiar with energy units like calories and joules. Procedure: measure the energy content of a variety of foods by burning a portion of food and capturing the heat released to a known mass of water in a calorimeter and identify units of measuring heat such as calories and joules. Data: | Marshmallow | Peanut | Popcorn | Food Item Description | Small & White | Small & Salted | Extra Butter | Mass of food & holder – initial | 15.2 | 17.3 | 14.9 | Mass of food & holder – final | 13.7 | 12.5 | 11.4 | Mass of food burnt | .70g | .5g | 0g | Mass of beaker | 4.2 | 4.2 | 4.2 | Mass of beaker & water | 54.2 | 54.2 | 54.2 | Mass of water | 39.9 | 42.6 | 44.83 | Water temp. – initial | 48 | 45 | 47 | Water temp. – final | 36 | 33 | 46 | Delta T (oC change | 12C | 12C | 1 C | Questions: A.
White Rice 25kg/case 125g 356gm 28.59 gm 0.21 gm 2.38gm 12.Cream of celery soup 6/case 120ml 181ml 17.65 ml 11.19 3.31 Section 1.2: Specify Primary Indication for the Items Listed Below: Supplement Name and Description Primary Use ( Oral/ Tube Feeds, Other) 1. Jevity 1.5 cal Tube Pros: Source of Complete nutrition with fiber. Corns: not for people with galactaoaemia 2.Osmolite Tube Pros: complete balance diet Corns: Not for people with galactosemia. 3. Glytrol Oral and
The population of lengths of aluminum-coated steel sheets is normally distributed with a mean of 30.05 inches and a standard deviation of 0.2 inches. What is the probability that a sheet selected at random from the population is between 29.75 and 30.5 inches long? (Points : 5) .4332 .4878 .0546 .9210 | 3. During the past six months, 73.2% of US households purchased sugar. Assume that these expenditures are approximately normally distributed with a mean of $8.22 and a standard deviation of $1.10.
Real World Applications of Number Theory A. Rounding and Truncation 1. Student 1 received a score of 299 out of a possible 334 points for a term in an unknown class. To find what percentage the student received, one must take the score received and divide it by the total amount of points possible, and then multiply the quotient by 100. In this particular case, the teacher chose to use rounding to attain the final grade of the student. To round to the nearest whole number, one must consider the value in the tenths place.
Jennifer Olivo MAT096 Farah Ahmad December 14, 2012 Figure 1(b) presents cheddar cheese nutrition facts and provides information on what the surgeon and nutritionists recommend in order to maintain a healthy, nutritious diet (based on a maximum daily consumption of 2000 calories per day). Examine Figure 1(b) and complete the sentences below by filling in the blanks: * What is the serving size? (in grams) 132 g * How many calories are there per serving? 532 * How much calcium do you ingest in one serving? (in percentage) 95 % * How much saturated fat do you ingest in one serving?
Hanna economists have determined that the arc price elasticity for this microwave oven is 1.2. (a) | In 2011 Hanna is planning to lower the price of the microwave oven to $325. Forecast sales volume for 2011 assuming that all other things remain equal. | (b) | However, in checking with government economists, Hanna finds that per capita disposable income is expected to rise to $7,000 in 2011. In the past the company has observed an arc income elasticity of +2.5 for microwave ovens.
Purpose: To find the percent of phosphorus in known compound MgNH4PO4*6H2O using gravimetric analysis. Procedure: 1. Weigh by difference to the nearest hundreth gram .75 of your unknown sample, using weighing paper. Using solualbe Expert plant food label percentate 30% P2O5. 2.
Apply the decision rule described in the analysis plan. If the value of the test statistic is unlikely, based on the null hypothesis, reject the null hypothesis. Decision Errors: - Two types of errors can result from a hypothesis test. Type I error. A Type I error occurs when the researcher rejects a null hypothesis when it is true.
What specific macro and micro-nutrients, and in what amount, equal ‘optimum nutrition’? What is considered Optimum nutrition? For adults, optimum nutrition is defined as “the amount of protein, that stimulates whole body protein synthesis maximally (1.7 g/kg actual body weight) and covers anabolic energy need (35 kcal/kg actual bodyweight)” as stated in (Jonkers et.al 2001). Scientists, conducting and analysing large