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Q: Why is fire considered nonliving? A. Fire is not made up of cells. B. Fire does not grow and develop. C. Fire does not respond to its environment. D. Fire cannot maintain a stable internal
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A: D.Fire cannot maintain a stable internal environment.
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User: Why is fire considered nonliving? A. Fire is not made up of cells. B. Fire does not grow and develop. C. Fire does not respond to its environment. D. Fire cannot maintain a stable internal environment.

Weegy: D.Fire cannot maintain a stable internal environment.
ailahlin|Points 120|

User: Why is fire considered nonliving? A. Fire is not made up of cells. B. Fire does not grow and develop. C. Fire does not respond to its environment. D. Fire cannot maintain a stable internal environment.

Weegy: Almost all of the molecules that make up your body are polymers, chains of subunits. There are four fundamental types of Bio-macromolecules. Each type of macromolecule is a polymer composed of a different type of subunit. [ Identifying the type of macromolecule by their subunit composition is a technique you want to become familiar with. - See more at: fire does not have cells, which is the first sign of a living organism. Trees and animals have cells, even living bacterias. Although fire needs oxygen to burn, it doesn't mean it is living. An Example of this is a tree which produces oxygen using both oxygen and carbon dioxide. A fire can show qualities of an animal as they too use oxygen and produce carbon dioxide, fire does the same. But it still has no body to support a structured cell system. It is merely a natural occurance that is produced by burning of oxygens in the air,dead cells of trees. - ]
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