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Doughnut. By: Hassan odah. How many calories are there in a doughnut. Here are some kind of doughnuts calories: Glazed kk: 200c Glazed dd : 260c Chocolate kk: 250 Chocolate dd : 270 Plain kk: 180 Plain dd : 230 Sugar kk: 300 Sugar dd : 340.

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### Doughnut

By: Hassan odah

• Here are some kind of doughnuts calories:

• Glazed kk: 200c

• Glazed dd: 260c

• Chocolate kk: 250

• Chocolate dd: 270

• Plain kk: 180

• Plain dd: 230

• Sugar kk: 300

• Sugar dd: 340

How far would this person have to run to burn the calories that are in a doughnut.

For this person to burn the 200 calories he earned in a doughnut I need to multiply the persons weight with 1.036 and divide the answer I get it by the calories in a doughnut and it will give me 3.69 and that’s how far he will need to run.

200 = 52.3 * km * 1.036 =

200 / 54.1828 = 3.69 km

He will burn 54.1828c

Calories = kilometers * kilograms * 1.036

1 * 52.3 * 1.036 = 54.1828

How can knowing how to do arithmetic with decimals help you make good health decisions?

• If I want to eat a sweet I will look at the calories and then I will do the formula and by doing that I will know how much exercise I will need to do to lose these calories.

Learner Profile make good health decisions?

In question 3 & 4 I wrote For this person to burn the 200 calories he earned in a doughnut I need to multiply the persons weight with 1.036 and divide the answer I get it by the calories in a doughnut and it will give me 3.69 and that’s how far he will need to run.

I picked this because I showed how to multiply. The arithmetic part is multiply.

The End make good health decisions?

Thank you