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What is the most likely reason the Agricultural Revolution caused a population increase? Wealthy landowners could afford to have many children. More and better food allowed people to be healthy and well fed. Tenant farmers were able to settle down and have families. Many people moved to cities in search of jobs.

Justin Parker

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Jessie Thompson on February 20, 2018

The third answer is correct (C). The development of the humanity as we see it today was only possible to progress in the development of agriculture. Previously the conditions of nutrition poor, and prevent the formation of the developed cities, the life was completely feudal. As agricultural technologies are developed, the increase of the productivity of land, generating a surplus that could feed more and more people, allowing the growth of the population.

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