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An advantage of plant cultivation over hunting and gathering is: (Points : 1) that cultivation allows people to move around more. that cultivation gives people a more varied diet. that cultivation can support a larger number of people on a given area of land. there is more leisure time.
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Descent groups are: (Points : 1) nuclear families. extended families. groups who come together to complete a task. groups that can trace their relationship through real or fictive kinship.
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