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Unformatted text preview: AR 100 A1 Spring 2008 Information on First Examination Date: Tuesday, Feb. 19 (1:00–1:50 pm) Value: The exam is worth 25% of your final grade. Format: 20 multiple choice questions @ 3 pts. each = 60 pts. 10 short identifications @ 4 pts. each = 40 pts. Suggestions for Study: Start with the outlines and your notes. You should understand the importance of all the specific information on the outlines as presented in the lectures: sites, terms, archaeologists. I do not insist that you know all the specific dates precisely but you should have a relative sense of chronology (i.e., know that Homo habilis came before Homo erectus). There are some dates you should remember; for example, recall that the presumed hominin–ape ancestor lived sometime between 6–8 million years ago; that A. afarensis lived between roughly 3–4 million years ago; between 6–8 million years ago; that A....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course AR AR101 taught by Professor Elia during the Spring '08 term at BU.

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