What effect did the invention of the cotton gin have on cotton production in the years between 1790 and 1820? a.)cotton production grew very quickly, so that it was ten times higher in 1820. b.)cotton production slowly declined because of the high cost of cotton gins. c.)cotton production shrank very quickly because of the high costs of labor. d.)cotton production remained almost the same from 1790 to 1820.
Answer from: jojojolie8570
The answer is A because it made getting rid of the seeds easier. Also increased the number of slaves in America
Answer from: Skylynn11
With the cotton grin, cotton became much more worthwhile crop because ratio output quantity decrease a lot more. also the plantation owner can make a more money or a larger profit on the use of slavery workers.
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Which statement below accurately describes the carrying capacity of any ecosystem? a. it is not affected by any abiotic or biotic resources. b. it does not affect the species of an ecosystem. c. it is completely dependent upon the food supply. d. it is affected by both abiotic and biotic resources
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In a study, people were asked to imagine simple occasions that made them happy and to remember events that made them feel proud about themselves. it was observed that the subjects developed an increasingly positive attitude. these changes are known to be healthy, leading to greater physical activity and reducing unhealthy habits. based on this excerpt, we can conclude that a positive attitude .
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Norman jones, an economic historian at the university of utah, has described the views of the ancient greek philosopher aristotle on interest: aristotle defined money as a good that was consumed by use. unlike houses and fields, which are not destroyed by use, money must be spent to be used. there- fore, as we cannot rent food, so we cannot rent money. moreover, money does not reproduce. a house or a flock can produce new value by use, so it is not unreasonable to ask for a return on their use. money, being barren, should not, therefore, be expected to produce excess value. thus, interest is unnatural. what did aristotle mean in arguing that money is â€śbarrenâ€ť? why would money being barren mean that lenders should not charge interest on loans? do you agree with aristotleâ€™s reasoning? briefly explain.
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