How did the agricultural revolution impact early humans?
1)Early humans were resourceful in tracking herds
2)Early humans had to find their food from season to season
3)Early humans had to focus all of their energy on producing food
4)Early humans did not follow their food source from place to place
The agricultural revoltution impacted early humans because they did not have to travel from place to place anymore. In other words, they stayed in one spot so they could domesticate plants and animals. So I would say that the correct answer is 4, even though I would say the correct answer is they transitioned to staying in one spot and farming, though that is not an option.
I learned about the Neolithic and Agricultural Revolution last year ;)
I'm SO sorry if it's wrong. I'm not sure if you mean before or after the revolution.
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