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A unilinear model: (Points : 1) states there is only one path from point A to point B. there are multiple paths from point A to point B. has problems showing where each stage
begins and ends. the trend is meant to be altered.
states there is only one path from point A to point B.
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User: A unilinear model: (Points : 1) states there is only one path from point A to point B. there are multiple paths from point A to point B. has problems showing where each stage begins and ends. the trend is meant to be altered.

Weegy: states there is only one path from point A to point B.
Expert answered|plain_whyt|Points 3292|

User: Before colonialism, most colonized people lived in: (Points : 1) general peace and tranquility static and unchanging cultures a state of balance with nature constant warfare and violence

Weegy: general peace and tranquility
Expert answered|plain_whyt|Points 3292|

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