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The study of prehistoric Native American economy is most often concern

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The study of prehistoric Native American economy is most often concerned with not only how natives acquired and used resources for basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, but also how the study involves trade and exchange.

A) such as food, clothing, and shelter, but also how the study involves trade and exchange
B) like food, clothing, and shelter, but also involves the study of trade and exchange
C) such as food, clothing, and shelter, but also how they traded and exchanged
D) like food, clothing, and shelter, but involves the study of trade and exchange
E) such as food, clothing, shelter, and also involves the study of trade and exchange

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As per 'not only' …. 'but also' //ism …. drop D and E.

Use of ‘like’ for examples …. drop B.

Between A and C: C is more parallel with ‘not only how the natives acquired’ but also ‘how they traded’( both past tenses) while A says not only ‘how the natives acquired’ … but also ‘how the study involves’ – a combi of past and present tense. A, in addition to being extra-wordy, a noun ( trade and exchange) is inferior to the more dynamic verb – (traded and exchanged) as per VAN rules.

So, C
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