- Wed Aug 22, 2018 12:46 pm
I'm going to flip that one around on you, lathlee, because we frequently don't find evidence to eliminate answer choices, although it does sometimes occur. Instead, we mostly find evidence to support answer choices. So, where is your evidence that supports the claim that Mesolithic humans grazed domesticated animals in clearings? Is there any evidence that they even had domesticated animals? Don't rely on the evidence about other premodern human populations, because the question was about the Mesolithic humans from 7000 to 12,000 years ago.
I don't think you'll find any. Answer C isn't eliminated because there is evidence against it, but because there is no evidence for it. Answer B, however, is supported by the first two sentences of the passage.
Find evidence to support your answer choice. Don't worry about finding evidence against the other answers, but just pick the one that IS supported.
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