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Nonliving things affect the organisms living in an ecosystem include weather,landforms,and?-
A. habitat
B. niche
C. soil
D. population

I think its B

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    I disagree.

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    It's not C, right?

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    Yes, the answer is C, soil, which is a nonliving thing.

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    In my book it says Individuals of the same kind living in the same evnironment make up a population. All the grasshoppers in a field are the grasshopper population. All the populations of organisms living together in an environment make up a community

    What is the relationship of a population to a community?

    What it says in the book confuses me so I can't think up a sentence for the question. If you help me can it not be from a website? Just from the paragraph please. Thanks :)

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    I put Individuals of the same kind living in the same environment make up a population. All the populations of organisma living together in an environment make up a community.

    Is that correct?

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    Your answer is good.

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