LIVING ENVIRONMENT

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the ability to grow in size is a characteristic of living organism .Although an icicle may grow in size over time,it is considered nonliving because there is
1)an incerase in matter ,but no increase in the number of icicle.
2)an interaction between the icicle and the environment
3)no way for the icicle to move away from heat
4)no metabolic activity present.
plz plz plz plz plz plz plz u just tell the number of correct answer which one 1,2,3 or 4.plz plz plz plz.i don't need detail.THANK YOU.

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