How do you define natural density?  - ProProfs
     

How do you define natural density? 



A. The amount of kcalories in a food divided by the amount of kcalories needed in a day.
B. The amount of a particular nutrient in a serving of food divided by the number of kcalories in that serving.
C. The amount of a particular nutrient in a serving of food divided by the number of grams of protein.
D. The amount of a nutrient in a serving of food divided by the amount of the nutrient needed for that day.

This question is part of Human Nutrition 210 Final Exam

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B.Jason

B.Jason

Answered on Apr 20, 2018

Natural density is one of the conceivable outcomes to gauge how extensive a subset of the arrangement of natural numbers is.
Instinctively, it is felt that there are more positive integers than culminate squares, since each impeccable square is as of now positive, and numerous other positive integers exist other than. Be that as it may, the arrangement of positive integers isn't in reality bigger than the arrangement of flawless squares: the two sets are vast and countable and can consequently be placed in balanced correspondence. By and by on the off chance that one experiences the natural numbers, the squares turn out to be progressively rare. The thought of natural density makes this instinct exact.

John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Jan 28, 2017

The amount of a particular nutrient in a serving of food divided by the number of kcalories in that serving.

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