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An anthropologist finds the following at a human burial site: 20 ribs, 24 vertebrae, 2 hyoid bones, and 6 phalanges. What does this evidence suggest about the number of humans buried at this site, and why? One human buried here, as humans have 20 ribs per individual One human buried here, as humans have 24 vertebrae per individual Two humans buried here, as humans have one hyoid bone per individual Two humans buried here, as humans have 10 ribs per individual i think it A or D not sure
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I think it is c.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
why. im curious
AQ99
  • AQ99
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyoid_bone
anonymous
  • anonymous
alirhgt thanks for the help . Can you help me with another question
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are two large endocrine glands located in the neck and upper chest region. What is their identity, and what do they regulate? Thymus: immune system; thyroid: growth and development Thyroid: immune system; thymus: growth and development Pancreas: blood glucose levels; adrenal: emergency response Adrenal: emergency response; pancreas: blood glucose levels
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i think it B

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