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Need help with history Medals are going to be given to people that help Which was the first part of the economy to be transformed by the Industrial Revolution? A. textiles B. transportation C. mining D. agriculture
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what u guess here about the answer....?
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paki
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" It was textiles that was the first part of the economy to be transformed by the Industrial Revolution. This was largely in Britain, where machines made textile production far easier. "
anonymous
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so its a are you 100% sure
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ok
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thanks
anonymous
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In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin? A. Great Britain B. Russia C. Germany D. United States @paki @iGreen
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i need help with these 2 please and thank you :p Which British economist believed that competition among businesses is important and that "the market" is driven by self-interest? A. Richard Arkwright B. James Hargreaves C. John Kay D. Adam Smith @iGreen @paki

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