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The steam engine meant that factories a. could be built anywhere. c. became safer. b. could only run certain hours per day. d. required more raw materials.
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User: The steam engine meant that factories a. could be built anywhere. c. became safer. b. could only run certain hours per day. d. required more raw materials.

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