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Section 3 Cycling of Matter (continued) Describe each of the cycles in nature. Identify where each cycle is found, how organisms use them, and what key words relate to them. Water Carbon/ oxygen Nitrogen Phosphorus Where found underground, in the atmosphere, and on Earth’s surface in all living things, in the atmosphere in the atmosphere; in plants cell Chapter 11 - 45 cards; Chapter 1 - 60 cards; Chapter 1 - 47 cards; Chapter 11 - 23 cards; Chapter 12 - 35 cards; Chapter 13 - 20 cards; Chapter 13 - 48 cards; Chapter 13 Trace Minerals - 46 cards; Chapter 14 - 33 cards; Chapter 14 Fitness - 27 cards; Chapter 15 - 152 cards; Chapter 16 - 70 cards; Chapter 17 - 88 cards; Chapter 18 - 43 cards ... As (3.1) is a binomial distribution (BOX 3.3), the expected number of links in a random graph is \\ L = N ( N − 1 ) 2 ∑ L = 0 L p L = p N ( N − 1 ) 2 ( 3 . 2 ) Hence ‹ L › is the product of the probability p that two nodes are connected and the number of pairs we attempt to connect, which is L max = N ( N - 1)/2 (CHAPTER 2).