All right. Hello, everybody. Today we're gonna be doing some calculations based off of the equation for the combustion of glucose. This process is how our body derives energy from the breakdown of glucose. So first things first, Um, assuming that the molar entropy of combustion, I how much energy is released when glucose is combusted is negative. 2800 killer jewels. Let's say that you take in 2400 kilocalories each day. So what amount of glucose will you need for that? So there's a pretty simple dimensional analysis. We have 2400 kilocalories. You'll notice one calorie is 4.184 jewels. So one kilocalories, obviously, um, 4.184 kila jewels. So we just plug this ratio in. And now that we have killer jewels, we can actually convertibles glucose. So we say one more glucose over negative 2800. Killing you up. Sorry, we don't need the negative. The negative is just telling us that it's exit 30. But for our purposes here for dimensional announces, we won't need So putting all this together, you're going to get three 0.586 moles of glucose. I'm going to assume that the 2400 and 20 100 numbers have four sig figs. Just because I feel like 266 would be a bit less for this problem. Okay, that's your most glucose. Now, to get from that to your moles oxygen, all we're gonna do is use our equation. We have one mole of glucose here, and we have six moles of oxygen. So 3.586 most glucose means that we will therefore need six moles of 02 for each mole of glucose. So our total malls, too is going to be six times 3.586 which is 21.5 two moles a vote to Okay, so that's you're part a. Now, let's move on to part B. So part be asked us how many moles of electrons will we need to reduce that? Uh 02 from part. So let's bring back our equation. C six h 12 06 plus six two gives us six C of to plus six h two up. Okay, um, now let's make our equation for the reduction of box. So we have 602 Um, going Teoh six h 20 That means we need to add in 12 extra age plus is on this side, which means that we also need 12 e minus on this. So for every six moles of oxygen, we're gonna need 12 moles of electrons. Which means that if we come back earlier, we'll see 21.52 moles of oxygen. All right. Times 2 12 Moles of electrons for every six moles of oxygen. Well, then give us 43.0 four moles of the electrons that are needed to reduce our oxygen. All right. Pretty simple. Pretty straightforward. Okay, let's go on to part C. Okay, So Part c asked us to find the current that travels through the body based off of the amount of electrons, Um, that we found in part B. So this is more dimensional. Announces 43.4 moles of electrons times We have 6.22 times 10 to the 23rd electrons. Permal, right. You should definitely know that ratio. And then each electron, as I've written up here, has a Coulombe a charge of 1.6. So two times 10 negative 19th coolers So we right in that ratio. And then what we're left with is four going 152 times, 10 to the sixth. Cool ups. Okay, so So this is our Coolum a charge now to find current. Well, we know that, um, this is the amount flowing in one second. Sorry. Sorry. This is an entire day, right? This is the combustion of glucose for the entire day. So we need now need to calculate, um, 4.152 times, 10 to 6 cool ums for one day, and then we just start using dimensional analysis toe convert a date down sometimes one day, 24 hours and then one hour is 3600 minutes seconds. And so ultimately, what we end up with is four 0.15 to divide by 24 divide by 3600 and we will eventually get a total current of 48.6 amps running through our body at any given point in time on average. Okay, Awesome. So let's move on to part D if this standard. So now we're saying that in this electron chain, our potential our current is 48.6 but our potential is gonna be equal to 1.0 volts. So from this, we want to find the power, right. That's the Watts. Okay, So the equation for power is P equals I ve And where eyes current in amps and V is potential revolts. So we're going to say power is one point. Oh, volts. Times 48.6 EMS, which will give us 48.6 watts. That is your final answer. Thank you very much. Have a good day.