Okay, I'm seriously confused with what my teacher is asking of me. Could I please get some help? I'll fan and medal or whatever you want. Please.
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(6 pts) a. Give the balanced equation of photosynthesis. Tell what are the "reactants" and what are the "products".
(6pts) b. Tell your "reactants" and "products" of your chosen "everyday process".
(3 pts) c. Give an explanation of the energy conversion that occurs in photosynthesis and its importance.
(3pts) d. Tell what is converted during your chosen "everyday process."
(3pts) e. Describe the importance of each reactant and product in photosynthesis.
(3 pts) f. Tell the importance of each reactant and each product in your chosen "everyday process."
(6pts) g. organization, grammar, and spelling
oh dear thats a lot of questions... lets start with a and then can we do the other questions on different posts?
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Well I don't exactly need help with the questions, I need help understanding what they're asking.
so the equation for photosynthesis: 12 H2O + 6 CO2 -> 6 O2 + C6H12O6 + 6 H2O
12 water molecules and 6 carbon dioxide molecules are the reactants. (first part of the equation)
6 oxygen molecules, 1 glucose molecule, and 6 water molecules are the products. (last part of the equation)
do you get this?
water molecules = H20
carbon dioxide molecules = CO2
oxygen molecules = O2
glucose molecules = C6H12O6
ok could you write another question? lol sorry to be a jerk but its hard for me to scroll up and down.... i have a tiny compooper... :(