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Which invention by James Watt provided a source of power for the machines of the Industrial Revolution? A. power loom B. water frame C. spinning jenny D. steam engine
Steam engine was the invention by James Watt which provided a source of power for the machines of the Industrial Revolution.
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Steam engine was the invention by James Watt which provided a source of power for the machines of the Industrial Revolution.
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