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User: Which was a common characteristic of factory work? A. Maternity-leave pay B. Too much attention to safety C. Compensation for time off due to injury D. Workdays of 12 hours or more

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D. Workdays of 12 hours or more was a common characteristic of factory work
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but the answer to your question would be c compensation for time off due to injury
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The heart of the new industrial city was the factory. There, the technology of the machine age and the rapid pace of industrialization imposed a harsh new way of life on workers.

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Patdad10- Please review the following link. C is not the correct answer
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Nich001- Please keep answers relevant to the question.
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sorry
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Which of the binomials below is a factor of this trinomial? x2 + 3x - 28 A. x + 7 B. x2 + 7 C. x + 4 D. x - 7
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x + 7 is a factor of the trinomial x^2 + 3x - 28.

x^2 + 3x - 28 = (x + 7)(x - 4)
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