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Do heavier people burn more energy?
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a) Explanatory: mass

b)The association between mass and the rate of calories burned in women is positive, somewhat linear, and fairly strong.

c) No, the pattern does not hold. The relationship between mass and the rate of calories burned in men is fairly positive, non-linear and moderately strong.

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