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A recently pulished article on human physiology claims that enzyme K contributes to improved performance in strenuous activities such as wieghtlifting and sprinting. The article cites the evidence of above-average levels of enzyme K in olympic wieght lifters and sprinters.

(A) Enzyme K levels are the most important factor affecting the performance of strenous activities

(B) Enzyme K is required for the performance of strenous activities.

(C) Strenuous activities do not cause the human body to produce unusually high levels of enzyme K.


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This is the complete CR Question.. The 2 choices i omitted were way far fetched and completely wrong.
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