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NEED HELP ASAP! MEDAL!! Why did early farmers use slash-and-burn agriculture? A. to get rid of pests B. to get rid of old crops C. to keep the soil fertile D. to keep undergrowth from drying out the earth

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  1. anonymous
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    @Afrodiddle @Lukina

  2. anonymous
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    The slash and burn technique was helpful to the soil because of the nutrients from the burned crops, so I think C.

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    thxs let me check!

  4. anonymous
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    u are correct but i didnt past so can u help me @kyubey

  5. anonymous
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    Sure, what do you need help with?

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