The Economic Boom of the 1920's- Part 3

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1. As a result, number of cars on roads rose from... (1920-1930)

  • 8 million to 23 million
  • 12 million to 28 million
  • 10 million to 25 million
  • 5 million to 19 million
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2. Using the assembly line reduced prices (1914-1926)

  • $850 to $295
  • $750 to $195
  • $625 to $350
  • $925 to $450

3. In 1913 Ford was producing...

  • 400 cars a day
  • 500 cars a day
  • 5,000 cars a day
  • 4,000 cars a day

4. The assembly line helped to...

  • cut prices and increase wages
  • increase prices and cut wages

5. During the war what did America use to cover its costs?

  • Borrowing
  • Selling off assets
  • Liberty Loans
  • War Bonds

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