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Look at the picture below. What does this picture represent? A. Atoms with no bond B. Atoms with an ionic bond C. Atoms with a covalent bond D. Atoms that are ions

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  1. anonymous
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    http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201002/11/e11a0fa1-5ada-4656-a9b8-6e9e5a271fdc.gif

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @AAlixH

  3. AAlixH
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    What do you think?

  4. anonymous
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    shidddddd b

  5. AAlixH
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    idk how to explain it, but it's a Covalent Bond

  6. anonymous
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    k

  7. anonymous
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    help me with this

  8. AAlixH
    • one year ago
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    Here I can explain it now: in Ionic Bonds, electrons are given away to another atom, while in Covalent Bonds, the electrons are shared

  9. anonymous
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    o oh ok

  10. anonymous
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    Plants make their own food. The chemical reaction for this process is shown in the equation below. CO2 + H2O + energy C6H12O6 + O2 What are the products in this chemical reaction? A. C6H12O6 + O2 B. H2O + energy C. CO2 + H2O D. C6H12O6 + energy

  11. AAlixH
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    Carbon Dioxide + Water + Energy and Glucose (Sugar) + Oxygen. What does a plant need to make food for itself?

  12. anonymous
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    b

  13. AAlixH
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    A plant needs CO2+H2O+energy (sunlight) to make food for itself

  14. AAlixH
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    So if that's taken in, what comes out, according to Carbon Dioxide + Water + Energy and Glucose (Sugar) + Oxygen.

  15. anonymous
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    d ??

  16. AAlixH
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    The plant doesn't produce sunlight

  17. anonymous
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    b e.e

  18. AAlixH
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    The plant doesn't create sunlight, which is the energy

  19. anonymous
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    it needs h2o

  20. anonymous
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    so c better be the answer

  21. AAlixH
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    It needs water, but the question is asking what it produces

  22. anonymous
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    a

  23. AAlixH
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    Yes, it is A :)

  24. anonymous
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    explain it

  25. AAlixH
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    So, a plant needs Carbon Dioxide, water, and sunlight in order to create food for itself. After the Krebs cycle (or if that's wrong, the plant equivalent to it), the remaining products of the plant are sugar and Oxygen which gets released into the air for us to breath

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