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1. Write the chemical equations for aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration. a. Aerobic – b. Anaerobic –

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  1. lovatic4life
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    @allopersonwhat @redred413 @heyheyhelpme @Poetrylover @Skittles10412 @Sonyalee77 plz plz help

  2. adl_thoo
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    I think this is right for Aerobic ! Aerobic : C6H12O6 + 6O2 ----> 6CO2 + 6H2O + 2900 k

  3. Poetrylover
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    sorry i havent takin chem yet. :(

  4. lovatic4life
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    this is biology @Poetrylover thank you @adl_thoo

  5. Poetrylover
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    hit my self an idiot.

  6. lovatic4life
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    no its just confuseing

  7. lovatic4life
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    2. How are the reactants in the chemical equations delivered to the muscle cells?

  8. Sonyalee77
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    sorry i haven't went this far in biology

  9. heyheyhelpme
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    Sorry idk

  10. lovatic4life
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    its ok

  11. Sonyalee77
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    The net gain of ATP per glucose molecule is 32. 34 are produced, but the process of glycolysis requires 2 ATP molecules, so the net gain is 32.

  12. adl_thoo
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    i would try to help further, but i hve a world geo assignment, to be turned in by 3:30 & noone can help me on it /:

  13. Sonyalee77
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    I think that the answer for the 2nd question was .... The net gain of ATP per glucose molecule is 32. 34 are produced, but the process of glycolysis requires 2 ATP molecules, so the net gain is 32.

  14. lovatic4life
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    thanks you two @Sonyalee77 @adl_thoo

  15. Sonyalee77
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    np!!!!!!!!! :D

  16. adl_thoo
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    no problem :) know anyone in world geo? /:

  17. lovatic4life
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    yup meeee @adl_thoo

  18. adl_thoo
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    have you completed the class?

  19. lovatic4life
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    no not yet but i can try to help

  20. adl_thoo
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    i need help on my final /:

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