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Instinct differs from learned behavior in that instinctive behavior:
A. does not change; learned behavior does.
B. is acquired; learned behavior is genetic.
C. is adaptive; learned behavior is not.
D. All of these answers are true.

is it A

2. The carrying capacity of an area can be reduced if there is too much:
A. energy.
B. raw material.
C. waste.
D. All of these answers are true.

im confused between C n D

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    try C. Waste reduces production efficiency, thereby reducing carrying capacity.

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