Mathematics
OpenStudy (anonymous):

How is energy passed in food chains and food webs?ASAP HELP

OpenStudy (anonymous):

energy is first converted through photosynthasis which is when the plants take in the sun then comsumers eat the producers and other consumers eat those consumers until they die and decomposers take over

OpenStudy (anonymous):

copy and paste is a waste ;-;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

and this is biology not math

OpenStudy (anonymous):

He is right poste this in the bio section but i still answered it for you :D

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The correct awnser is that if a grass hopper eats a piece of grass then is eaten by a bird, on 10 percent of the energy is passed on. if the bird is eaten by a snake the snake gets 10 percent of the birds energy. there ya go..

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lolrocker1 thats an example not the main concept of the question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I gave the main concept thank you >:(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no you didnt that was an example

OpenStudy (anonymous):

10 percent of the energy is passed on to the next organism that is consumed by anything...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

he didnt ask for a %

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I gave the main concept thank you >:(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

How is energy passed in food chains and food webs?ASAP HELP How is energy passed. 10 percent is PASSED along in a food chain or web,.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lolrocker theres not a question so how can you assume a grass hopper

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Casper last i checked How is energy passed in food chains and food webs?ASAP HELP was a question.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Then percentage? is also in the qestion how about the grass hopper and the grass

OpenStudy (anonymous):

...The grasshopper and grass was an EXAMPLE casper...I could have said a dinosaur eats a human. ten percent of the humans total energy is passed to the dinosaur.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ALright kids calm down