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Which is the chemical equation for cellular respiration, and which statement describes the reaction? carbon dioxide + water ® glucose + oxygen + water Energy is required in the form of light. glucose + oxygen ® carbon dioxide + water Energy is produced in the form of ATP. carbon dioxide + water ® glucose + oxygen + water Energy is produced in the form of ATP. glucose + oxygen ® carbon dioxide + water Energy is required in the form of light.

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The answer is glucose + oxygen ® carbon dioxide + water Energy is produced in the form of ATP. Cellular respiration is a series of metabolic reactions in which biochemical energy from nutrient is converted into ATP. In cellular respiration glucose and oxygen yield water and carbon dioxide. So, a general reaction could be represented as: glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water + ATP

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