According to paragraph 3, Hubbell and Johnson hypothesized that A. The distribution pattern of bee colonies determines the degree of aggressiveness the bees display B. Nests of nonaggressive bees have either a random or a clumped distribution, while nests of aggressive bees have a regular distribution C. nests of nonaggressive bees are generally both closer together and more regularly distributed than those of aggressive bees D. nests of aggressive bees tend to be more regular in shape than those of nonaggressive bees