The industrialization of great britain’s economy in the mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is most directly explained by which of the following?

The industrialization of Great Britain’s economy in the mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is most directly explained by which of the following?

Britain had large reserves of petroleum.
British scientists were the first to discover electricity.
Britain had large reserves of coal.
British engineers developed new methods of producing cheaper steel.

The correct answer is Britain had large reserves of coal.

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