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How do fossil fuels play a role in the carbon cycle?(1 point)

Fossil fuels require a lot of carbon to burn, which takes carbon out of the atmosphere.

Fossil fuels are rich in carbon, and burning them returns carbon to the soil.

Fossil fuels require a lot of carbon to burn, which releases carbon into the atmosphere.

Fossil fuels are rich in carbon, and burning them releases carbon into the atmosphere.

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  1. Number 1: Fossils are rich in carbon
    Number 2: The decay of dead organisms
    Number 3: No, carbon sinks, in the ocean.
    Number 4: trees

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  2. For people who got some wrong cause they were confused like me: TvT
    1) Fossil fuels are rich in carbon, and burning them releases carbon into the atmosphere.
    2)The decay of dead organisms releases some carbon atoms from their bodies into the soil
    3)No, some is stored in Earth’s carbon sinks, such as the oceans.
    4)trees
    I got number 2 wrong cause comrade didnt type the whole thing :(
    Good luck ;D

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  3. Ty @:D Yee Haw
    He's %100 correct ^^

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  4. :D Yee Haw you were right thank you!!!

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  5. thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. I give my deepest regards yeehoodilydoohaw

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  7. thanks yee haw tysm I got 100% definitely works on Connexus

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  8. Yee haw is so right I got a 100% on my answer

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  9. thx @yee haw, their answers still work

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  10. Much obliged. @:D yee haw

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  11. he is wrong its a trick i got 0/4

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  12. 1)Fossil fuels are rich in carbon, and burning them releases carbon into the atmosphere.
    2)The decay of dead organisms releases some carbon atoms from their bodies into the soil
    3)No, some is stored in Earth’s carbon sinks, such as the oceans.
    4)trees

    Thanks @yee haw
    You guys should watch @Infinite on youtube and subscribe Thanks!

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  13. Cute parkour is correct

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  14. still right

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