Problem: The wood in a match is made up of cellulose, which is a polymer of glucose molecules. When you light the match, heat and light are given off, indicating that a ________ reaction is occurring. a. Endergonicb. Kinetic energyc. Exergonicd. Potential energy

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The wood in a match is made up of cellulose, which is a polymer of glucose molecules. When you light the match, heat and light are given off, indicating that a ________ reaction is occurring. 

a. Endergonic

b. Kinetic energy

c. Exergonic

d. Potential energy

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