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Chapter 9, Problem 29E
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How much have CO 2 levels increased in the last century? How much have temperatures changed?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The increase in the level of carbon dioxide and the change in temperature is to be discussed.

Concept introduction:

Carbon dioxide is a colorless gas. It is comprised of a carbon atom bonded with two oxygen atoms.

Global warming is caused by the long-term increase in temperature of the Earth. It is very harmful to the environment and also causes problems for plants and animals.

Explanation of Solution

Carbon dioxide is a colorless gas that is comprised of carbon atoms bonded with two oxygen atoms. The main source of the surplus carbon dioxide is fossil fuels, that is, coal and oil. It is the main cause of global warming. The level of carbon dioxide has increased around 38 </

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