Unit 9 - Industrial Revolution Question Preview (ID: 44929)


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period in history in which massive improvements are made to farming technologies
a) Agricultural Revolution
b) Industrial Revolution
c) French Revolution
d) Latin American Revolutions

the fencing off of common lands
a) crop rotation
b) mass production
c) enclosure movement
d) interchangeable parts

Products were made or manufactured in people’s homes (cottages) to sell
a) factory system
b) cottage industry
c) mass production
d) enclosure movement

a method of production that brought machines and workers together in one location
a) cottage industry
b) mass production
c) crop rotation
d) factory system

a world-wide economic change of how manufactured goods were made
a) Industrial Revolution
b) Agricultural Revolution
c) Technology Revolution
d) Latin American Revolutions

the manufacture of huge quantities of identical goods at cheap prices
a) crop rotation
b) urbanization
c) assembly line
d) mass production

the use of machine-made parts that are exactly alike
a) interchangeable parts
b) urbanization
c) division of labor
d) socialism

products being assembled in a moving line
a) factory system
b) laissez-faire capitalism
c) socialism
d) assembly line

something that is found in nature and can be used by people for economic gain
a) assembly line
b) interchangeable parts
c) natural resources
d) crop rotation

assigning workers to specialized tasks as a product moves along a assembly line from worker to worker
a) division of labor
b) socialism
c) cottage industry
d) natural resources

the movement of people from the country to cities
a) socialism
b) laissez-faire capitalism
c) cottage industry
d) urbanization

An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages and working conditions
a) labor unions
b) entreperneurs
c) laissez-faire capitalism
d) factory system

a person who comes up with an idea or product to sell, and uses their own money to create the business
a) natural resources
b) entrepreneur
c) socialism
d) mass production

A system in which society, usually in the form of the government, owns and controls the means of production and distribution of wealth
a) laissez-faire capitalism
b) entrepreneurs
c) socialism
d) division of labor

An economic system in which all factors of production are privately owned and there was no government interference
a) laissez-faire capitalism
b) socialism
c) factory system
d) natural resources

Which of the following did NOT become a factor of industrialization?
a) enclosure movement
b) new technology
c) crop rotation
d) building of factories

What was the major invention that lead to industrialization?
a) steam engine
b) spinning jenny
c) seed drill
d) cotton gin

Which of the following was NOT a reason for urbanization after the Agriculture Revolution?
a) there was a population increase due to an increase in food production
b) the flying shuttle wove cloth faster
c) people were losing jobs that machines were doing
d) people were being kicked off land due to the enclosure movement

How were things produced (made) before the Industrial Revolution?
a) Factory System
b) mass production
c) Cottage Industry
d) crop rotation

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