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a humane being requires 2700kcal of energy per day,if the ethalpy of composition of glucose is -1350kcal/mol,how many grams of glucose a person has to consume every day?

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  1. 2700kcal*(1mole of glucose/1350kcal)*(180.156 g/mol)=??????

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  2. 360.312J

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