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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
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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
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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
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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?
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