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The Potassium/Argon (K/Ar or radiopotassium) method is used
  A. to measure the contribution of meat to the diet.
  B. to date items between 50,000 BP and the present.
  C. only on items from Olduvai Gorge.
  D. to date items more than 500,000 years old.

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C.K. Brain has argued that __________ were responsible for the deposits of human fossils in the caves of South Africa
  A. leopards
  B. elephants
  C. australopithecines
  D. geological forces

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