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Which hominid group do anthropologists think was the first to use fire? A. australopithecines B. Homo habilis C. Homo erectus D. Homo sapiens
Anthropologists think that Homo Erectus was the first to use fire.
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Anthropologists think that Homo Erectus was the first to use fire.
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S=5r^2t
5r^2t = s
5r^2t/5r^2 = s/ 5r^2t
t = s/5r^2
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