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Evolution is a process of change in a population over time.
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Evolution is a process of change in a population over time.
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In 1998, paleoanthropologist Rick Potts published an article in The Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, a peer-reviewed journal. The article was titled “Environmental Hypotheses of Hominin Evolution.” Isabel wonders if she can cite this article as a valid scientific reference. Which statement below best answers her question? The article is not valid because it was not published this year. The article is not valid because it contains no supporting evidence. The article is valid because it was ...
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In 1998, paleoanthropologist Rick Potts published an article in The Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, a peer-reviewed journal. The article was titled “Environmental Hypotheses of Hominin Evolution.” The article is valid because it was reviewed by other scientists.
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