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Identify and explain examples of monomers and polymers in carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids.

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  1. Monomers are glucose, amino acids, nucleotides for carbohydrates, proteins an nucleic acids respectively. The polymer examples in the same order are glycogen, insulin and DNA.

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