Q: Is a rotting log a consumer?

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log(2) + log(4) = log(2x)log(2 times 4) = log(2x)2 times 4 = 2 times 'x'x = 4

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log(36,200) = 4.558709 (rounded)log[log(36,200)] = 0.658842 (rounded)

False When logs are taken, division becomes subtraction, so the log of a quotient is the log of the numerator minus the log of the denominator.

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Fungi lack chlorophyll, the structure that allows normal plants to undergo photosynthesis. They instead grow on rotting vegetation because they can then feed off the energy the dying plants had.