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Hello

I was trying to calculate the energy in calories used by a man of weight M running at speed V. What would be the fastest way to calculate this?

E = 1/2 (Vf^2) x M - 1/2 (Vi^2) x M

(with Vf = final velocity and Vi = initial velocity )

Oh by the way I designed a simple program for Windows XP about http://www.freewebs.com/horazio/vcl.zip,

it's very simple but it's also useful for those who study physics. check it out

http://www.freewebs.com/horazio/freeware.htm

I was trying to calculate the energy in calories used by a man of weight M running at speed V. What would be the fastest way to calculate this?

E = 1/2 (Vf^2) x M - 1/2 (Vi^2) x M

(with Vf = final velocity and Vi = initial velocity )

Oh by the way I designed a simple program for Windows XP about http://www.freewebs.com/horazio/vcl.zip,

it's very simple but it's also useful for those who study physics. check it out

http://www.freewebs.com/horazio/freeware.htm

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