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# Which combination of activities burns the fewest calories to

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Which combination of activities burns the fewest calories to [#permalink]  11 Oct 2018, 04:38
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Which combination of activities burns the fewest calories total?

(A) A 130-pound person playing badminton for 1 hour and a 205-pound person playing table tennis for 1 hour
(B) A 130-pound person wrestling for 1 hour and a 205-pound person running track and field, hurdles for 1 hour
(C) A 130-pound person typing for 1 hour and a 205-pound person swimming the butterfly stroke for 1 hour
(D) A 130-pound person sailing in a competition for 1 hour and a 205-pound person doing aerobics for 1 hour
(E) A 130-pound person typing for 1 hour and a 205-pound person playing croquet for 1 hour
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