Due to physiological and cognitive changes that occur with aging, accurate physical activity (PA) measurement in older adults represents a unique challenge. The primary purpose of this study was to systematically review measures of PA and their use and appropriateness with older adults Cited by: 128.
Measures focusing purely on adults/adolescents/infants were also excluded as the measures should have the potential to measure continuity/change of symptoms over time. Interview and observation-based measures and measures targeting response to treatment were excluded on the basis that they are not efficient or suitable for screening purposes.
1. A. The area of the room is equal to the product of 10 ft and 12 ft, or 120 ft’. 120 ft’ = 13.3 yd’, so the total cost is equal to the product of the area of the room, .
Non-SI Units. Strict adherence to SI units would require changing directions such as "add 250 mL of water to a 1-L beaker" to "add 0.00025 cubic meters of water to an 0.001-m 3 container." Because of this, a number of units that are not strictly acceptable under the SI convention are still in use. Some of these non-SI units are given below.
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