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What is a major relationship between the scientific revolution and the industrial revolution

The scientific revolution led to new ways of thinking about the world, which led to the inventions that made the Industrial Revolution possible.…

Which of these groups of people were least likely to benefit from industrialization


Children working in coal mines

Which statement best describes the relationship between the Industrial Revolution and mass production in Great Britain

Technology developed during the Industrial Revolution allowed for the mass production of goods such as textiles.

What development would best serve as a turning point between two historical periods

A revolution overthrows a dictatorship and establishes the first democratic government in a region.

How were the contributions of nicolaus Copernicus and Galileo galilei to the scientific to the scientific revolution different

Copernicus created the mathematical theory to prove that the Sun, not the Earth, was the centre of our solar system. Galilei provided the calculations and observations to prove Copernicus' theory.

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