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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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  5. 1 how do fossil fuels play a role in the carbon cycle
    Answer: fossil fuels are rich in carbon and burning them releases carbon into the atmosphere

    2. how is carbon transferred from plants and animals to the soil?
    Answer: the decay of dead organisms releases some carbon atoms from their bodies into the soil

    3. Is all of Earth's carbon dioxide supply constantly being used by organisms?
    Answer: no some is stored in Earth's carbon sinks such as the oceans

    4. Which of these is a living carbon sink?
    Answer: trees.

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