can you help me with one science question Ms. Sue

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3. How would the carbon cycle be affected if all producers were removed? (1 point)
Carbon compounds in animals would not be broken down to release carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere.
Carbon would not have a way to enter the bodies of living things.
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere would decline significantly.
Carbon would continue to cycle between consumers and decomposers.

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