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True,notgiven,true,false

Is it correct answer????

1. F
2. T
3. Not given
4. F

1T
2T
3NG
4F

1.NG
2.F
3.T
4.NG

1. F
2. T
3. NG
4. F

NG
False
True
False

1.False (right down to their eating habits)
2.True ( fit brothers, had more body fat)
3.Not Given (No information related to performance)
4.False (it is evidence that exercise may have as large an effect on your health as your genes do)

F
NG
T
F

1.F
2.T
3.N
4.T

1.False (similar to...,right down to their eating habits)
2.True ( the less active twins, had more body fat)
3.Not Given (only mentioned less grey matter in the brain regions responsible for coordination)
4.False (it is evidence that...)

1. F
2. T
3. NG
4. F

1.NG
2.T
3.T
4.F

1. F
2. T
3. NG
4. F

NG
T
T
F

1. F
2. NG
3. NG.
4. F

1. False
different <> similar to ...right down to...
diets <> eating habits

2. True
fitter twins <> less active twins
had less body fat <> had more body fat

3. Not Given
in tests of coordination <> less grey matter ...responsible for... coordination

4. False
no conclusions can be drawn <> it is evidence that …

1.F
2.T
3.F
4.F

1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. NOT GIVEN
4. TRUE

F/NG/NG/F

NG F T F

1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. NOT GIVEN
4. FALSE

F
T
N/G
f

1.F
2.T
3.F
4.T

1. NG
2. T
3. T
4. F

1. False (except that one in each pair had stopped exercising regularly in adulthood)
2. True (had more body fat)
3. Not given
4. False (While the study was small, it is evidence that)

1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. NOT GIVEN
4. FALSE

1. False (Each twin was similar to his brother...right down to their eating habits)
2. True (Despite....the less active twins..., has more body fat and lower endurance...)
3. True/False (Unsure for this because- less active twins had less grey matter in the brain regions responsible for motor control and coordination = does less grey matter equaled to badly?)
4. False (it is evidence that exercise may have as large an effect on your health as your genes do).

1. F
2. True
3. NG
4. F

NG/T/T/T

1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. NOT GIVEN
4. FALSE

1. F
2. T
3. NG
4. F

F
T
NG
F

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. False
They didn't have different diets - their eating habits were similar. The only difference was in the amount of exercise that they did.

2. True
The less active twins had more body fat, so the fitter twins therefore had less body fat.

3. Not given
No information about any tests.

4. False
Conclusions are drawn in the article: it is evidence that exercise may have as large an effect on your health as your genes do.

1.NG
2.F
3.T
4.NG

What does "fitter twins" " active twins " Anh fit brothers mean? I can't find information on google
Thank you Sir

F
T
Not given
Not given

1-Not given the writer didn't mention the type of diets
2- True had more body fat and lower endurance
3- not given the writer said they stopped regularly and didn't mention if that agreed with them or not
4- False

1.F
2.T
3.NG
4.F

F
T
NG
F

F
T
NG
F

1.F
2.T
3.NG
4.F

F
T
Ng
F

F
NG
T
F

1. False
Each twin was similar to his brother in most ways, right down to their eating habits

2. Ture
the less active twins...had more body fat and lower endurance

3. NG
had less grey matter in the brain regions responsible for motor control and coordination

4. False
While the study was small, it is evidence that

Please share correct answer also.

F
T
NG
F

f
f
t
t

T
T
N
F

1. False
2. True
3. not given
4. False

False True Ng False

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