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How do chemoautotrophs make energy? They covert carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight into carbohydrates. They convert carbon dioxide, water, and organic molecules to carbohydrates. They convert carbon dioxide, sunlight, and organic molecules to carbohydrates. They convert carbon dioxide, water, and inorganic compounds into carbohydrates.

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    i hope this helps (Chemotrophs are organisms that obtain energy by the oxidation of electron donors in their environment. Chemoautotrophs use inorganic energy sources to synthesize organic compounds from carbon dioxide. Chemoheterotrophs are unable to utilize carbon dioxide to form their own organic compounds.)

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    what is the answer?

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    B?

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    yes i think ur right

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    The answer is D because, as the source says, chemoautotrophs use inorganic molecules, not organic ones.

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    By Chemosynthesis using heat, usually from volcanic vents or other sources of heat for example they obtain energy by the oxidation of electron donors in their environment, from the sun too just like photosynthesis

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