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By 1900, _______ made up 25 percent of Japan's total industrial output.

A. Raw silk
B. Steel
C. Cotton yarn
D. Tea
I chose Cotton Yarn because in 1900 yarn started being reconized more. I believe tea would have been alot more than just 25%.

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    Enough!

    You obviously haven't read your book and know nothing about Japan.

    Do not guess!

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    Steel???

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    it is tea

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    I just took this exam and the answer is, in fact, cotton yarn.

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