How did the invention of the bessemer process benefit the u. s. economy?
a. it refine crude oil into gasoline more efficiently, lowering prices for consumers in to popularize the automobile.
b. it allowed coal to be burned more efficiently, producing les population in making the fuel cheaper for heating houses
c. it allowed locomotive to travel longer distances on the same amount of fuel, leading to lower cargo rates for farmers and merchants
d. it significantly reduce the cost of producing steel, making the material more available for building machinery, railroads, and skyscrapers.
1 is C the assembly Line
2. is STEAM- likely used the STEAM ENGINE
3. D. - made steel making faster and easier, and the steel was then used to make trains and railroads, bigger bridges, taller buildings, machines for factories, nails, and where, all of which transformed the United States economy.
4. B Homestead Act
1 the assembly Line
The reason the Ford Model T was the first affordable and mass produced automobile was because it was produced in an assembly line, making it much faster and cheaper, and thus making the sale price a lot lower.
The early industrial age was marked by the use of steam powder to make manufacturing a lot more effective, faster and cheaper. This happened first in Great Britain during the late 18th century.
3. It significantly reduced the cost of producing steel, making the material more available for building machinery, railroads, and skyscrapers.
Steel was a necessary material for building most structures in cities and roads. Steel is produced by removing impurities from iron, and the Bessemer process was the first inexpensive way of doing it.
4. Homestead Act
Signed by president Abraham Lincoln in 1862 the Homestead Act's purpose was to expand civilization of the United States towards the West. By giving cheap land to citizens, the government also allowed for most men and women to get a "fair" chance.
1. What innovation did Henry Ford incorporate in his manufacturing process that made production of goods much more efficient and production workers experts in one aspect of the production process?
C. assembly line
2. Which was the main source of power during the earliest stages of industrialization?
3. How did the invention of the Bessemer process benefit the U.S. economy?
D. It significantly reduced the cost of producing steel, making the material more available for building machinery, railroads, and skyscrapers.
4. Which act provided homesteaders with 160 acres of land at no cost if they lived on the land, built a house, and made improvements to the land?
B. Homestead Act
The Bessemer process was a new innovation in the 2nd industrial revolution in the U.S. It was a way of producing a lot of steel in a shorter amount of time. This made steel a huge industry in the Northeast especially. Also, steel was cheaper and of better quality. Railroads were built with this steel to. The U.S economy increased because of the use of the railroad.
honeslty bro its the same thing
c) they were beaten and fired from their jobs.
a. it refine...