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A) cellular respiration, erosion, and combustion.
B) assimilation, photosynthesis, and respiration
C) decomposition, erosion, and assimilation
D) combustion, photosynthesis, and decomposition.

Hello! I'm debating between A and D, but I'm leaning a lot towards A
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