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8 November, 07:49

One molecule of glucose makes 30 molecules of ATP. How many molecules of glucose are needed to make 6000 molecules of ATP in aerobic respiration?

A. 100

B. 7200

C. 200

D. 3600

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  1. 8 November, 09:04
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    One molecule of glucose makes 30 molecules of ATP.

    Therefore, 200 glucose molecules will be yielding 6000 molecules of ATP.

    We ca n calculate by the following way,

    1glucose / 30 molecules of ATP or 30 molecules of ATP / 1 glucose

    According to this we can figure out the total number of glucose molecules to yield 6000 ATP's.

    6000 molecules of ATP / 1 * 1 glucose / 30 molecules of ATP.

    Which is 200 glucose molecules.
  2. 8 November, 09:49
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    200

    Explanation:

    APEX
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