Problem: The figure below shows:A. The formation of pyruvic acid during glycolysisB. The synthesis o ADPC. The breakdown of ATP to perform cellular workD. The removal of a phosphate group from ADPE. The synthesis of ATP through the addition of a phosphate group

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The direction of the reaction can be followed by going along the reaction arrow. This is a reaction in the glycolytic pathway involving a three-carbon sugar. The number of carbon atoms can be seen as black spheres. 

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The figure below shows:

A. The formation of pyruvic acid during glycolysis

B. The synthesis o ADP

C. The breakdown of ATP to perform cellular work

D. The removal of a phosphate group from ADP

E. The synthesis of ATP through the addition of a phosphate group

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