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Which of the following could be true of two different species that have a competitive relationship in the same ecosystem?

One species preys on the other.

The relationship is mutually beneficial.

They share the same niche.

One species benefits, while the other is neither helped nor harmed.**

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  1. This is sooooo g-a)y no one is sharing the awnsers

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  2. yes it is

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  3. isn't it A

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  4. I think it is A but please help me:(.

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  5. Idk 😂

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  6. i thought it was C but idek

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  7. WE NEED ALL OF THE ANSWERS PLEASE SOMEBODY ):

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  8. 1-13 questions:
    1:C
    2:C
    3:B
    4:B
    5:D
    6:A
    7:D
    8:A
    9:A
    10:B
    11:D
    12:B
    13:D

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  9. Yo people “Dilly” is %100 correct! Thanks dude!!

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  10. P.S. I used to be Venus but I changed my name because something happened I don’t like to tell people but it was not good soooo... your welcome and have a good day!

    Venus

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  11. is dilly right?

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  12. yes for 1-13!
    but I still need all the answers

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