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Question

How did railroads contribute to urban growth during the Second Industrial Revolution?



by providing the greatest number of jobs

by transporting raw materials and finished goods

by transporting materials to parks and museums

by providing immigrants with access to enclaves

2 Answer

  • The correct answer to this question would be alternative B)"by transporting raw materials and finished goods."

    Railroads were used to push wagons loaded with raw materials and finished goods, traveling on wooden tracks.

    When the railroad system advanced, it helped making it more efficient and safe in local mines, etc. Railroads were an easy and  inexpensive way of transportation.

    Raw materials, manufactured goods, and food were transported quickly. There was a decrease in cost of production due to railroads.

  • Answer:

    the answer would be: by transporting raw materials and finished goods

    Explanation:

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