anonymous
  • anonymous
In what way was technology most likely spread from civilization to another? A- death of an ancestor. B- isolation of a community. C- Traveling merchant trading goods with a neighboring society. D- Illness caused by animal-borne diseases
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anonymous
  • anonymous
c
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it would be A because people ahead of us can see what we used and improve their technology.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C because I think economy is the most improtant thing in society.

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c

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