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As language became more complex, people no longer had to learn by imitation; they could share ideas with each other and explain how things worked. This is known as what type of learning? comprehensive collective transferable explanatory
Weegy: explanatory User: As evidenced by names, crops, religion, and manufacturing, the Mycenaean civilization adopted much of its culture from the _____. Mesopotamians Persians Minoans Sumerians Weegy: The Mycenaean civilization adopted much of its culture from the Minoans. User: All the nomadic tribes and sub-tribes of the Central Asian steppe were known as _____. Scythians Xiongnus Donghus Toumans Weegy: It's A.) Scythians User: Fighting between the royal clans, the eunuchs, and the Confucian scholars led to the fall of which Chinese dynasty? Shang Song Han Tang Weegy: c. Han User: There were three early trading centers associated with the Mediterranean Sea. Which one is being described below? This trading center was a port city in southern Turkey. Its main export was cedar wood for constructing ships, tombs, and houses. The area served as a central storage place for grain from Syria's inland wheat fields. Byblos Crete Ugarit Weegy: The answer is Byblos User: Who am I? My philosophical method was to ask my students leading questions to help them see the conclusion that would naturally follow from the premise we started with. The result? Truth was pursued, rather than discovered. Aristotle Plato Socrates Weegy: Socrates (More)
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The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Egyptians Hittites Hyksos
Weegy: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. [ Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Read more: ] User: History is the recorded story of the interaction between people, the environment, and ideas. True False User: The Battle of _____ was part of the Second Persian War. Wanting to avenge the Battle of Marathon loss, Xerxes of Persia sent an army to fight 300 Spartans, Helots, and northern city-state soldiers, defeating them after three days. Salamis Bay Thermopylae Ionia Themistocles Weegy: The Battle of Thermopylae is the battle, the army of 300 Spartans. User: You are going to Africa to live among a tribal group and study their culture. Which historian would be most helpful to take along? Anthropologist Archaeologist Geologist Etymologist Linguist Weegy: I would take along an Anthropologist. User: The presence of the Mongols had a large cultural effect on what two countries? China, Turkey China, Russia Russia, Egypt Turkey, Egypt Weegy: The presence of the Mongols had a large cultural effect on what two countries? b. China, Russia User: _____ is considered to be the father of the Hebrew people. Abraham Muhammad Moses Isaiah User: In 313, what emperor of Rome issued the Edict of Milan, mandating tolerance for all religions? Crassus Theodosius Diocletian Constantine Weegy: In 313, Constantine, the emperor of Rome, issued the Edict of Milan to mandate tolerance for all religions. d. Constantine User: In 313, what emperor of Rome issued the Edict of Milan, mandating tolerance for all religions? Crassus Theodosius Diocletian Constantine Weegy: In 313, Constantine, the emperor of Rome, issued the Edict of Milan to mandate tolerance for all religions. d. Constantine User: During the Bronze Age, the leaders of two emerging ... (More)
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What Chinese philosopher emphasized personal and governmental morality in his teachings? Buddha Confucius Sophocles Zeno
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Agrarian, Hunter-gatherer, or Pastoral Nomad? lived in one place surplus of food during winter class divisions emerged as people got more possessions freedom to work different jobs accumulated more personal belongings Agrarian Hunter-gatherer Pastoral Nomad
Weegy: hunter-gatherer User: You are a geologist and are asked to put a list of historical events in chronological order. You would arrange the events _____. according to where they took place in alphabetical order according to when they took place in order of historical importance Weegy: You are a geologist and are asked to put a list of historical events in chronological order. You would arrange the events according to when they took place. (More)
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As language became more complex, people no longer had to learn by imitation; they could share ideas with each other and explain how things worked. This is known as what type of learning?
Weegy: As language became more complex, people no longer had to learn by imitation; they could share ideas with each other and explain how things worked. This is known as explanatory learning. (More)
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