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Between 1850 and 1950 the productivity of the average American farm worker:
A. declined
B. remained about the same
C. doubled
D. quadrupled

I'm unsure which choice to choose? helpp

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  1. The productivity certainly increased in that century. Farmers went from plowing with horses or oxen and steel plows to using motorized tractors and other equipment.

    However, I don't know if it doubled or quadrupled. I'm sure that information is in your text materials.

  2. okay thanks I found it, it's C.

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  3. Thanks for posting the answer.

  4. no problem!

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