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What was the average life expectancy in the United States in the year 1900? A. 40 years B. 50 years C. 60 years D. 65 years
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User: What was the average life expectancy in the United States in the year 1900

User: What was the average life expectancy in the United States in the year 1900? A. 40 years B. 50 years C. 60 years D. 65 years

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User: In what way did the Civil War help transition the United States to an industrial economy? A. The Northern colonies were more motivated to transition away from an economy dependent on slave labor. B. For the first time, Congress was allowed to approve grants that could fund industry. C. The need for weapons and supplies fueled the development of industry. D. The antebellum period was the end to rapid industrial growth.

Weegy: C. The need for weapons and supplies fueled the development of industry
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User: In what year was the first transcontinental railroad finished?

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Average life expectancy in the U.S. in the year 1900 was 50 years.
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The first transcontinental railroad was finished in 1869.
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