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Determine the MET level for each activity for a 70 kg person.

a.) 18 steps/min, 25 cm/step
b.) 6 mph, 12% grade
c.) 750 kg m/m on a Monarch ergometer
d.) Arm cranking at 350 kg m/min on a Monarch ergometer

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