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Physics, 28.07.2022 03:00 niyah2224

The following graph shows the same data from the graph you just labeled, but in a slightly different way and with one addition. The energy consumption bars are now stacked into a single bar to make energy consumption in the system easier to compare to the energy output of the system. Can you interpret the graph of energy flow in the U. S. food system

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