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Unit 4 Chapter 9 Lesson 1 Along the Great Lakes. 20 Questions!. Which two waterways link the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan?. The Illinois Waterway and the Illinois River. What brought many industries to cities along the Great Lakes?. Good transportation and nearby natural resources.

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which two waterways link the mississippi river and lake michigan

Which two waterways link the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan?

The Illinois Waterway and the Illinois River

what brought many industries to cities along the great lakes

What brought many industries to cities along the Great Lakes?

Good transportation and nearby natural resources

the natural human and capital resources that a business needs to produce goods or services

The natural, human, and capital resources that a business needs to produce goods or services.

Factors of production

what kinds of resources does a business need to manufacture products

What kinds of resources does a business need to manufacture products?

Natural, human, and capital resources

a way of manufacturing in which many goods that are alike can be made quickly and cheaply

A way of manufacturing in which many goods that are alike can be made quickly and cheaply.

Mass production

that s all

That’s All!

Keep Sharp Minds!

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