Fred H. answered • 01/22/16

Retired ivy league engineer math and english tutor

For 268.05 watts of power, you must burn 16/15 cal/min or 1.07 cal/min

Therefore, there are 268.05/1.07 watts/(cal/min) =

250.51 watts/(cal/min)

To find the watts for 32 calories burned in 30 minutes, then you multiply by this conversion factor

(250.51 watts/(cal/min)) (32 cal/min) = 8016.32 watts