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1. ATP and photovoltaic cells are similar because

a. they both produce chemical and electrical energy.
b. they are both key components of solar panels.
c. they both use energy transport chains.***
d. they are both key components of plant cells.

2. Which molecule is a high-energy output of the light reactions?

a. ADP
b. ATP***
c. oxygen
d. hydrogen

3. In photosynthesis, light energy is

a. captured as thermal energy.
b. stored as chemical energy.***
c. released as usable energy.
d. stored as short-term energy.

4. Which is a simplified equation for photosynthesis?

a. carbon dioxide + water + light → sugar + oxygen
b. carbon dioxide + oxygen + light → sugar + water
c. water + oxygen → carbon dioxide + sugar + light
d. sugar + water → carbon dioxide + oxygen + light

5. Glucose is a carbohydrate formed by using energy to convert carbon dioxide and water bonded glucose molecules. What type of reaction does this represent?

a. photosynthesis***
b. ATP
c. cellular respiration
d. dehydration synthesis

Hope this helps☺

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  1. @ur welcome is correct but number 4 is carbon dioxide + water + light -- sugar + oxygen

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  2. 3 is correct they rong

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  3. im so confused where are the answers all i see is questions

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  4. thanks : 3

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  5. I just took the quick check and @ur welcome☺☺, and @Correct! are both right.

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  6. 3 is correct

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  7. actually 3 is wrong now they updated it.

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  10. and 3 is a

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