Author North154 in History, 04.14.2019

The spread of the factory system resulted in all the following EXCEPT: a. the movement away from home production. b. poorer quality of iron. C. the need for more power. D. increased exports of British cotton products.

Answered by iloveonedirection

A. the movement away from home production - true, because factories produced products faster and cheaper so more people could afford themb. poorer quality of iron - falsec. the need for more power - true, because machines ran on power, so they needed a constant supplyd. increased exports of British cotton goods - true, because they were able to produce more cotton goods and therefore there was a surplus to sellAnswer: (b)

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