posted by Cassandra .
How did food surpluses change the way of life in early human settlements?
A-villages needed to organize governments
B-the population decreased
C-more hunting and gathering was required
D-humans needed fewer tools and possesions
my best answer is A is that correct
Could be. Read through the quizlet links here to be sure.
is C better
Really none of those answers is very good.
Surpluses in anything (food, tools, pots, baskets, whatever) meant that people had things to trade with others.
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Are you sure those four answer choices go with this particular question??
More government. More food led to larger villages (away from farming), and larger villages cause a need for government (regulations, markets, police, etc).