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Which of the following is NOT generally a consequence of the shift from food-collecting to horticulture? (Points : 1)
Weegy: The answer is c. more leisure time with the options: a. more food obtained from a smaller area; b. more sedentary populations; c. more leisure time; d. more social differentiation. PLEASE ALWAYS INCLUDE THE OPTIONS WITH THE QUESTIONS, THANKS. (More)
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Weegy: Your welcome, your free to ask more questions1 User: Which of the following statements about contemporary foragers is true? User: Which of the following statements about contemporary foragers is true? (Points : 1) They tend to live in environments that would not support cultivation with preindustrial technologies. They live very close to the level of survival and barely make a living. They have been able to survive to the present day because they live in environments with especially rich resources. They have remained foragers because they have had no contact with cultivators from whom they could learn to grow food. Weegy: They have been able to survive to the present day because they live in environments with especially rich resources User: Brideservice is associated with: (Points : 1) matrilineality. patrilineality. patrilocality. matrilocality. User: The maximum number of people a region can support, given its resources, and the way humans exploit them is called: (Points : 1) population pressure. surplus. carrying capacity. population capacity. User: When a community is sedentary, it means: (Points : 1) they move around a lot. they have many leaders. there is a lot of fissioning among its members. people remain in one location . User: Which of the following is NOT generally a consequence of the shift from food-collecting to horticulture? (Points : 1) more food obtained from a smaller area more sedentary populations more leisure time more social differentiation Weegy: More Leisure time (More)
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