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Anaerobic Math Question (Biochemistry)?

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Default Anaerobic Math Question (Biochemistry)?



I'm not sure what I need to do for this question. It involves the flow chart. However, my teacher told me I do not need to use the flow chart to answer this question:

Given 2.4 x 10-4 Moles of glucose,degrade anaerobically by yeast and determine the amounts of the following:

-ATP
-CO2
-Metabolic H20
-Name and Amount of End Product

I have a few questions like this, if I can understand one I could do the others. Thanks in advanced.
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