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Writing
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Question:

What is an oxford comma and when would you use it?

Hailey A.
Answer:

An oxford comma is used when there is a list of three or more things. An example of when you would use an oxford comma is as follows: Debby went to the store and bought carrots, milk, and ketchup. The oxford comma is used before "and" or "or" in a list such as this.

Psychology
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Explain the difference between obsessions and compulsions as they relate to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

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Answer:

Obsessions are intrusive and nonsensical thoughts, images, or urges. Compulsions are thoughts or actions that neutralize anxious thoughts.

Anthropology
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List and explain the hypotheses of how the agricultural revolution began.

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Answer:

1. Oasis Hypothesis: Agriculture came about as the post-Pleistocene climate warmed the Earth. Man, humans, and plants gathered near fresh water and formed a symbiotic relationship. 2. Population Pressure Hypothesis: As populations grew, agriculture was the best way to produce the most food. 3. Social Hypothesis: Agriculture and domestication allowed for the accumulation of a surplus of foods for feasting, status, and exchange. 4. Lewis Binford Hypothesis: As sea-levels rose during the post-Pleistocene climate, different groups began impinging on the territory of another. The population grew, and agriculture became advantageous.

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