1. Social

    The agricultural revolution made us stop chasing our food because we started farming and it gave us free time. Now our free time helped us think of what we will do tomorrow. So which came after and so on. your choices: math,science, and literature trade
  2. Social emergency

    The agricultural revolution made us stop chasing our food because we started farming and it gave us free time. Now our free time helped us think of what we will do tomorrow. So which came after and so on. your choices: math,science, and literature trade
  3. social studies

    explain how the agricultural revolution led to the establishment of perment settlements The first agricultural revolution, also called the Neolithic Revolution, occurred as long as 25,000 years ago. However, most people consider the agricultural revolution
  4. WorldHistory

    Human Origins Essay Significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution; There are multiple consequences from the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution. It created a drastic increase in population, it was the beginning of domesticating animals, and new
  5. essay proofreading and criticism

    The agricultural revolution marked a decisive turnign point in human history. What evidence might you offer to support this claim and how might you argue against it? I fnished my essay. My questions are within the essay. The agricultural revolution is
  6. history civilization thesis help.

    The agricultural revolution marked a decisive turning point in human history. What evidence might you offer to support this claim, and how might you argue against it? That's the essay question. I'm in college so i'm expected to give a really good essay but
  7. social sudies understanding culture

    I need help like right now It was only after the _______ _______ that people started gathering in larger groups and formed more complex institutions A)industrial revolution B)agricultural revolution C)iron age D)technological revolution
  8. WorldHistory

    significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. EFFECT ON WOMEN LIVES: The British Agricultural Revolution was the cause of drastic changes in the lives of British women. Before the Agricultural Revolution, women worked alongside their husbands in
  9. Texas History

    1.How did the agricultural revolution affect American Indian culture in Texas? A.It helped some American Indian cultures in Texas. B. It forced some American Indians to become more nomadic. C. It increased contact between different American Indians D. It
  10. World history; Check:P

    Human Origins Essay Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. The weather climate caused rising temperatures worldwide provided longer growing seasons and drier land for cultivating wild grasses. The
  11. World history; Check:P

    Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. This is about 10,000 yearsago. One of the greatest consequence was that the population increased. The increase of population lead to the need of more clothing.
  12. modern world history

    how did the agricultural revolution pave the way for the industrial revolution Think of all the agricultural machines that were invented to aid the growth of agriculture (example: the reaper, the cotton boller) I am sure you can find others. Then as
  13. world history

    How did the three-field system contribute to the agricultural revolution that took place during the Middle Ages? A.It allowed peasants to produce more crops B.It gave more land to the peasants C.It gave more land to the nobles D.It helped revive religion
  14. World history; Check:P

    Human Origins Essay Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. One of the greatest consequence was that the population increased. The increase of population lead to the need of more clothing. People who were
  15. Geography

    21. How is Western Europe able to provide food for its dense population? a. The region imports most of its food supply b. Large, densely populated agricultural regions harvest crops year-round c. Sophisticated farming methods are used to produce high crop
  16. us history

    Which of the following economic activities flourished in the Middle colonies? Mining, because the mountains in the region had many gold deposits Shipbuilding, because abundant forests offered good timber supplies ** Tobacco farming, because slave labor
  17. 7th grade social studies ms sue last question

    9. Many people in developing nations get their food by practicing (2 points) subsistence farming. commercial farming. mechanized farming. developing farming. is the answer "subsistence farming"?
  18. social studies

    Agricultural activities in the Pampas most supports? 1) cacao farming 2) coffee farming 3) silver mining 4) cattle ranching I think #4 Thanks
  19. Environmental Science

    23. During the period of human history known as the ____, human populations grew rapidly because of advances in farming methods. a. Industrial Revolution b. "Tragedy of the Commons" c. agricultural revolution d. hunter-gatherer period C? But it could also
  20. world history A

    Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution has affected modern society? (Select all that apply.) food wholesalers invented frozen foods to increase a foods shelf life the food industry invented refrigerators to enable farther transport of food
  21. History Please Please

    The agricultural revolution occurred at different time and in different places around the world. In most regions it happened in river valleys, as it did in the Near East. Focus your attention on the similarity of the locations of Mesopotamia and Egypt. Why
  22. to Ms. Sue

    the site you gave me didn't worked for me. tell me something about indus valley's food, tools, and farming? please helpme thanks
  23. world history

    I need to do a persuasive essay for my world history class on the Industrial Revolution and i want to know if it makes sense. The industrial revolution changed society. Its the reason why we're in the society we are in now. Before the industrial
  24. nutrition and wellness

    i'm stuck on this question: After World War II, farming, fishing, and other food production activities became large scale enterprises which caused a decrease in economic development. American diets to become less diverse. the over producing and over
  25. Physics

    Two cars are traveling along a straight line in the same direction, the lead car at 24.5m/s and the other car at 29.8m/s. At the moment the cars are 41.4m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing her car to have an acceleration of -2.05m/s2. A)
  26. Physics

    Two cars are traveling along a straight line in the same direction, the lead car at 24.5m/s and the other car at 29.8m/s. At the moment the cars are 41.4m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing her car to have an acceleration of -2.05m/s2. A)
  27. physics

    a)Two cars are traveling along a straight line in the same direction, the lead car at 24.5m/s and the other car at 29.6m/s. At the moment the cars are 41.6m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing her car to have an acceleration of -2.00m/s2.
  28. Social Studies

    1. Which of the following has made flooding worse in the Koreas? A. lack of tree covers** B. lack of crops C. too many droughts D. too many dams 2. What is the most important agricultural product in Japan and the Koreas? A. corn B. rice** C. soybeans D.
  29. physics

    Two cars are traveling along a straight-line in the same direction, the lead car at 25.0 m/s and the other car at 32.0 m/s. At the moment the cars are 40.0 m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing his car to have an acceleration of -2.20 m/s2.
  30. physics

    Two cars are traveling along a straight-line in the same direction, the lead car at 25.0 m/s and the other car at 32.0 m/s. At the moment the cars are 40.0 m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing his car to have an acceleration of -2.20 m/s2.
  31. Sociology

    The Agricultural Revolution involved all of the following except the development of basic agricultural technology the cultivation of grain the development of factories the domestication of animals D?
  32. Social Studies

    What event was responsible for the first population explosion? a. the Industrial Revolution*** b. the invention of fire c. the Agricultural Revolution d. the development of cities
  33. physics

    Two cars are traveling along a straight line in the same direction, the lead car at 26 m/s and the other car at 40 m/s. At the moment the cars are 49 m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing the car to have a deceleration of 1.5 m/s^2. How long
  34. history

    Which most accurately describes ancient Phoenicia’s agricultural practices? Phoenicia did not have much land for farming, but did grow fruits, wheat, olives, and grapes for wine Phoenicia had plenty of fertile land, where plums, apples, oranges, and
  35. World History

    In the question "Why the haitian revolution probably truer to itself than it's French or American counterparts?" Is it referring to how the Haitian revolution stayed truer to their cause in revolution because they gave everyone equal rights, while american
  36. Geography

    Around ten to twelve thousand years ago, human began to domesticate plants and animals for food. Before this first agricultural revolution, people relied on hunting and gathering to obtain food supplies. While there are still groups of hunters and
  37. social studies

    Farming to obtain food requires time. This leads people permanent villages. Which of the following native-american groups developed settlements due to their farming practices?
  38. HELP ME PLEASE ON SS!

    Metropolitan Atlanta's rapid growth has proven to be a major strain on the area's A) food supply. B) water supply. C) farming land. D) telephone network. As President, Franklin Roosevelt made many trips to Georgia for treatment for polio. Which city was
  39. world history A

    What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies? A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies.B.) Hunter-gatherers made
  40. world history A

    What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies?  A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies. B.) Hunter-gatherers
  41. World history; Check:P

    Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. We have Neolithic Farmers to thank for early settlements, villages and then towns. They made all that happen by dint one one simple factor - food surplus. You don't
  42. science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  43. Science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  44. science

    In the United States we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  45. Environmental Science

    In the United States we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  46. world history A

    As the Agricultural Revolution progressed, how did the surplus of food affect early human civilization? (Select all that apply.) it enabled different social classes and occupations to form it eliminated the need for animal husbandry practices it enabled
  47. Social studies

    What conclusion can be made about the british policy of assimilation? That it started because of settlement. That it started because of respect toward different culture. That it started because of exploration. That it started because of ethnocentrism. (MY
  48. Sci207

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food. However, this abundance is largely due to advances in agricultural technology, which have in turn created numerous concerns surrounding our food sources. Provide at least two modern
  49. world history A

    Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution continues to impact modern society? (Select all that apply foods are no longer seasonal and only available at certain times of year the food industry has allowed investors to make substantial profits the
  50. world history A

    Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution continues to impact modern society? (Select all that apply foods are no longer seasonal and only available at certain times of year the food industry has allowed investors to make substantial profits the
  51. History

    Who started the cold war? truman or stalin? 3 reasons why? my work: Many historians believe that Harry Truman was the one who started the cold war. There is no specific event that led to the cold war but the war mainly broke out because the US and the
  52. world history

    define... 1- assets 2- intervening 3- haciendas 4- nationalization 5- revolution short answer 1- what political and economic factors helped cause the Mexican Revolution ? 2- Explain how the constitution of 1917 tried to resolve some of the problems that
  53. History

    how did the agricultural revolution impact religion and culture?
  54. Ap world history

    What were the economic and social results of the agricultural revolution?
  55. History

    How did the Agricultural Revolution change the course of human society?
  56. history

    how did the Agricultural Revolution impact religion and culture?
  57. History

    can someone explain the Mesopotamian culture during the agricultural revolution
  58. History

    Before the Industrial Revolution how did people earn a living, what were some of the tools they used, what was the sources of power, transportation, work hours, role of children, and how was clothing and food made?
  59. History

    Hello, I really need help i used another site and they gave me the wrong help and now i have a really low grade. i have 10 questions 1- Jericho's status as the first city with a wall indicates that A-it was the first city built during old stone age B-it
  60. AP world

    What were the economic and social results of the agricultural revolution? (at 8000 B.C.- 600 C.E)
  61. Geography

    Why did the neolithic agricultural revolution mark a turning point in history?
  62. Life Orientation

    1: Define inhumane farming methods 2: Give at least three examples of inhumane farming methods and motivate why you regard them as inhumane 3: Suggest and motivate at least four ways by which these farming methods could be made humane
  63. World History

    Read the summary. Babylon was in the heartland of Mesopotamia, the site of the First Agricultural Revolution (1). Based on cuneiform writings on clay tablets, researchers know that farm products included sesame, barley, and dates, as well as cattle and
  64. English

    NEtholic REvolution -->How did agricultural advancements impact society? What are three reasons for that? How did agricultural advancements impact society?
  65. History

    can someone give me an example of an ancient civilization who created government and laws during the agricultural revolution.
  66. History

    can someone give me an example of an ancient civilization who created culture and religion during the agricultural revolution.
  67. Religion

    What does this passage tell us about service? Come you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world, for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a
  68. World History Answer Check

    1. What event started the French Revolution? A: The fall of the Bastille started the French Revolution. 2. How did Napoleon assume power in France and become emperor? A: As a popular general, Napoleon assumed power in France by taking part in the coup
  69. World Civ

    Why were so many people living in the European countryside dependent on aristocracy? (during and before the agricultural revolution in Europe)
  70. Math

    Danny started making food early for the lunch crowd.He chopped vegetables for 25 minutes and made salads for 20 minutes.He cooked soup and made the daily special for 50 minutes.Then he baked a cake and two pies.This took 1 hr and 5 minutes.If Danny stopped
  71. Physics

    The number of revolution made by a fly wheel change from 300rpm to1500rpm in 10s.Calculate angular acceleration assuming it to be uniform .Also calculate the number of revolution made during the time?
  72. world history

    explain in detail 3 separate causes of the Bolshevik Revolution. is this answer good???: There were many causes of the Bolshevik Revolution. One of these reasons was poor leadership from Czar Nicholas. He held very strict control over Russia. There were
  73. science

    when can the plant start to make its own food? A plant always makes its own food. Ever since it existed it made its own food through photosynthesis. The leaves take in the sunlight and form it into food. It also releases oxygen.
  74. world geography

    farming in south asia consists of a. mostly huge plantations b. mechanized farms c. subsistance farming and cash crops d. subsistence farming my answer is c
  75. History

    I was given a cause and effect chart. The causes state: Slavery is abolished, small farmers lack capital to buy land, and planters need a stable workforce. In the middle is says sharecropping and tenant farming. Then it points below to effects which are
  76. History! Help!

    Which of the following lists the start of the agricultural revolution according to absolute chronology? A. AD 500 B. after hunting and gathering C. post-Spanish exploration D. 5000 BC
  77. World history; HELP

    Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. The one about 10,000 years ago. I need help. Some websites stating facts or something?Please and thank you.
  78. WorldHistory

    This isn't the paper. But, it's 3main topics I think are the significate conquences. significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution -Technology -Population -Weather
  79. History

    examples from an ancient civilization an their impact of the Agricultural Revolution on the formation and development of permanent human settlements and technological advancements.
  80. History

    Which of the following lists the start of the agricultural revolution according to absolute chronology? A. AD 500 B. after hunting and gathering C. post-Spanish exploration D. 5000 BC****
  81. ss

    Provide 3 details on how the farming revolution helped civilizations develop. plz i need help on knowing what to write!
  82. ss

    11. What resources led to the appearance of the Industrial Revolution in New England? (5 points) 12. During the early 1800s, the United States tried to make peace with other countries in order to grow and develop. Give an example of one of these peace
  83. Please check (history-5 Questions)

    Please check these and thanks :D 1.A 2.D 3.A 4.(help because i couldn't get it) 5.B ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1.What signifies the period known as history? A. There are written records. B. It is a much longer period
  84. English

    Sam is a VORACIOUS eater of the food. Even though he REPLETES WITH food, he always searching for some more variety of stuff. His Interminable search about food, made him happy always. please make corrections if any
  85. Social Studies

    What characteristics of the area made the Indus Valley a cultural hearth? a.Its nearness to the Himalayas protected it from northern invaders b.Its river and rich soil made it an agricultural and trading center** c.Its port cities made it attractive to
  86. nutrition

    After World War II, farming, fishing, and other food production activities became large scale enterprises which caused Question 5 answers a decrease in economic development. American diets to become less diverse. the over producing and over consuming of
  87. nutrition and wellness

    HI JISKHA, just got my first course for next year. this is my first writing assignment: Think about your personal food choices: How do you decide what you will eat on a daily basis? What sorts of things influence your decision? What is the most significant
  88. math

    5/12 of my salary was spent on food, then I gave 3/7 of the remainder to my sister and had P856 left. How much did i spent for food? 4 units = ? 1 unit = ? food has 5 units = ? ?
  89. English

    1. I made up my mind to stop playing computer games. 2. I made a decision to stop playing computer games. 3. I made decisions to stop playing computer games. 4. I made a determination to stop playing computer games. 5. I made determinations to stop playing
  90. SS

    American Indiana made sure that very little food went to waste by: A: eating as much as they could during dinner B: cultivating crops in separate plots of land C: inventing ways to store and preserve food D: using food in rituals and gatherings
  91. World History

    Describe the impact of the Agricultural Revolution on the formation and development of permanent human settlements and technological advancements. If you could provide some websites/articles for me to do my research that would be great. Thank you :)
  92. w.g

    farming in south asia consists of A)mostly huge plantations B)mechanized frams C)*subsistence farming and cash crops D)subsistence farming only
  93. Social Studies

    Why did improvements in agriculture lead to the growth of cities? A.The cleared forest to spread out more B.They used oxen to plow the fields so horse can be used more in cities C.Less land was used for farming and thus be used to build up cities** D.The
  94. American History

    In Mesoamerica, the shift to basic crops, including corn, beans, and squash is referred to as the ______ revolution. A. Native American B. green C. planters D. agricultural I choose D
  95. French Revolution

    5 song names from before French Revolution (3 can be made up, but MUST reflect the ideas of the time) 5 song names from after French Revolution (3 can be made up, but MUST reflect the ideas of the time) 1 or the songs from each (2 total) must include
  96. geography

    agriculture conducted on permenent farms A)is rarely practiced in africa south of sahara B)is called subsistence farming C)is rapidly taking the place of commercial farming D)is called sadentary farming my choose a
  97. social studies

    a study of the causes of the american revolution of 1776, the french revolution of 1789, and the russian revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  98. social studies

    a study of the causes of the american revolution of 1776 of the french revolution of the 1789 an the russian revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  99. Social Studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  100. Russian

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when