Physics energy question: A “energy bar” contains 5.4g of fat….?

A “energy bar” contains 5.4g of fat.
1) How much energy is this in joules (J)?
2) How much energy is this in calories (cal)?
3) How much energy is this in Calories (Cal)?

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