Physics

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A 
serving 
of 
cereal 
has 
800
cal 
(1
cal
=
.239
J). 
How
 far
can 
you 
walk
 with
 this 
energy?
 Is 
the 
elapsed 
time
important?
 Why
 is t
his 
calculation

irrelevant to 
physics?


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