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In fact, the activities which the body does are

themselves than on account of the nature of the chemical substances used to do

them. We are more interested in the fact that muscles can contract to bring about

bodily ...

In fact, the activities which the body does are

**usually**more interesting inthemselves than on account of the nature of the chemical substances used to do

them. We are more interested in the fact that muscles can contract to bring about

bodily ...

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difficulties are likely to be partly in measuring the rates of reactions and

interactions, and partly that the sheer complexity of the system may make the

equations ...

**Usually**, in practice, it is impossible to make such a complete analysis. Thedifficulties are likely to be partly in measuring the rates of reactions and

interactions, and partly that the sheer complexity of the system may make the

equations ...

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And even if we could not solve these equations by algebra (as we

a computer could hammer out a solution step by step, using the first set of values

to calculate the values a small time later, then those again to calculate the next ...

And even if we could not solve these equations by algebra (as we

**usually**can't),a computer could hammer out a solution step by step, using the first set of values

to calculate the values a small time later, then those again to calculate the next ...

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