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What do the carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen cycles all have in common? a. They all include an exchange of gases with the atmosphere. b. None of the cycles are biogeochemical cycles. c. They are all byproducts of photosynthesis. d. They all sustain life, but living organisms have no part in the cycle.

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Miraclehug

a. They all include an exchange of gases with the atmosphere.

Peanut2

The thing that carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen cycles all have in common is that they all include an exchange of gases with the atmosphere. The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the first option or option "a". I hope that this answer has come to your help.

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