anonymous
  • anonymous
If human behavior were to change, making HIV much less easily transmittable, what might happen to the virus according to the trade-off hypothesis? Select one: a. It would become less deadly. b. It would start reproducing much more quickly. c. Humans would gradually become more resistant. d. It would become more deadly.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lets try process of elimination -Not a because HIV is always HIV- just like an apple is an apple or an orange is an orange. -Not b because changing activity would change the way it spreads. -C yes cause again behavior would change the way of it. -Not D because again its the same reason as C

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