How did the use of factory machines change life in America?
They replaced the work of people, causing unemployment.
Machines were expensive and made goods more expensive.
Machines helped make and deliver goods quickly and cheaply.
They made goods of lower quality, causing demand for handmade items.
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its c right
C i belive (the invention of the conveyor belt speed up the time it took to make cars, by having each worker to one specific job instead of each worker making there own car)
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oh i was talking about making cars on a conveyor belt forget to mention that xD
but still yea its C and if its wrong then ill go jump off Mt. Rushmore
are you sure
How were natural resources used in the North as compared to the South?
Resources were used mainly for manufacturing in the North and farming in the South.
Renewable resources were needed more in the North and non-renewable resources were needed in the South.
The North required resources for agricultural industries, while the South needed resources for industrial production.
Fewer resources were needed in the North as machines replaced human labor, but the South still needed resources for agricultural industries.