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Which is the chemical equation for cellular respiration, and which statement describes the reaction?
Cellular respiration is the chemical reaction in which glucose and oxygen are turned into water, carbon dioxide, and energy (ATP). In this reaction, glucose and oxygen are reactants while water, carbon dioxide and energy (ATP) are products. [ ]
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And the chemical equation is?
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