How did the shift to farming affect Native American cultures? Select all that apply.

□ Farming encourage native cultures to build more permanent <-shelters communities.
□The shift to agriculture led to a boost in immunity from diseases.
□Agriculture provided a surplus of food, allowing for an increase in the population. <------------
□ Farms took up space, which spread communities too thin to be interconnected and caused civilizations to wither away. <--------

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  6. Farming encouraged native cultures to build more permanent shelters and communities and Agriculture provided a surplus of food, allowing for an increase in the population

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