# 6.96 A 70-kg person walks at a steady pace of 5.0 km>h on a treadmill at a 5.0% grade. (That is the vertical distance covered is 5.0% of the horizontal distance covered.) If we assume the metabolic power required is equal to that required for walking on a flat surface plus the rate of doing work for the vertical climb how much power is required? (a) 300 W; (b) 315 W; (c) 350 W; (d) 370 W.

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