How are carbohydrates related to sugar??Watch
Carbohydrates are long chains of simple sugars like glucose joined together.
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It is a carbo (contain carbon C) hydrate (contain water H₂O).
Carboydrate also include the combining of monosaccharides giving disaccharides or polysaccharides which don't fit the general formula as water molecules are eliminated.
Cabrohydrates are a superset of sugars; all sugars are carbohydrates but not all carbohydrates are sugars.
Next it is the opposite of what you said.
Carbohydrates and sugars are used interchangeably, but sugars mean the sweet tasting mono and di saccharides (at least to my knowledge)
What do you think?