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Burning of fossil fuels produces:

A
oxides of carbon
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B
oxides of nitrogen
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C
oxides of sulfur
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D
water vapour and energy
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Solution

The correct options are
A oxides of carbon
B oxides of nitrogen
C oxides of sulfur
Fossil fuels are a source of energy and energy is produced by burning them. The burning of fossil fuel also produces smoke and acidic oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur causing pollution. Also, oxides of carbon are responsible for the greenhouse effect.

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