TEST BANK Chapter 1 Common Measurements in Exercise Physiology Multiple Choice Questions Level 1 questions-Lowest level of difficulty questions (correct response requires remembering key information) 1. Work is defined as A. the ability to transform energy from one state to another. B. the ability to utilize oxygen. C. the product of force times distance. D. the product of distance times power output. 2. Power is defined as A. the ability to perform work. B. work divided by the amount of time required to perform the work. C. the product of work times force (Work x force). D. the product of force times distance (force x distance). 3. The SI unit for work is the A. joule. B. watt. C. kpm. D. kcal. 4. Direct calorimetry is a means of determining energy expenditure and involves the measurement of A. oxygen consumption. B. heat production. C. ATP hydrolysis. D. carbon dioxide production. 5. The energy cost of horizontal running can be estimated accurately because A. the VO2 of running is always the same. B. the VO2 of horizontal running is always 1 MET. C. the VO2 increases linearly with running speed. D. none of the above answers are correct.read more
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