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Alexandra decides to climb Mt. Krumpett, which is 5000 high. She determines that this will require a total of 3600 of energy for the trip. For her food supply, she decides to take nutrition bars. The label states that each bar contains 50 of carbohydrates, 10 of fat, and 40 of protein.

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    Alexandra decides to climb Mt. Krumpett, which is 5000 high. She determines that this will require a total of 3600 of energy for the trip. For her food supply, she decides to take nutrition bars. The label states that each bar contains 50 of carbohydrates, 10 of fat, and 40 of protein.

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