Biology
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1.The concentration of sugar is higher inside a cell than outside the cell. The concentration of water inside the cell is lower than it is outside. Sugar cannot pass through the cell membrane. What will happen to the concentrations of water and sugar? a. Water will move into the cell in a process called osmosis. The concentrations of sugar and water will become similar inside and outside the cell. b. Water will move out of the cell in a process called osmosis. The concentrations of sugar and water will become similar inside and outside the cell. c. Water will move into the cell in a process called diffusion. The concentration of sugar will be greater inside than outside. d. Water will move out of the cell in a process called diffusion. The concentration of sugar will be less inside than outside.

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shahedelhatto

The answer is c because the water will move in but the sugar can't leave the cell membrane

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