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Moving from an economy based on agriculture and handcrafted products to one based on the large-scale production of goods using machines is called
__________. A. industrialization B. technology C. innovation D. revolution
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User: Moving from an economy based on agriculture and handcrafted products to one based on the large-scale production of goods using machines is called __________. A. industrialization B. technology C. innovation D. revolution

Weegy: Moving from an economy based on agriculture and handcrafted products to one based on the large-scale production of goods using machines is called Industrial Revolution.
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Weegy: Hi! What do you want to know about business cycles? According to Wikipedia,t he term business cycle (or economic cycle) refers to economy-wide fluctuations in production or economic activity over several months or years. [ These fluctuations occur around a long-term growth trend, and typically involve shifts over time between periods of relatively rapid economic growth, and periods of relative stagnation or decline. ]
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User: Interchangeable parts a. eliminated the need for human labor as machines replaced people in the factory. c. increased production costs because more workers were needed to make each individual part. b. meant that one machine could do various jobs. d. reduced the need for skilled workers to produce the parts.



Weegy: Interchangeable parts b. meant that one machine could do various jobs.
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