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1. People worked
A) from 6 am, 12 hours a day for 7 days a week
B) from 6 am, 12 hours a day for 6 days a week
C) from 8 am, 16 hours a day for 4 days a week
D) from 6 am, 6 hours a day for 6 days a week
2. the young guys that worked in the mines has only 2 break hours every day
3. The Parliament, in order to give an examination of worker%27s hard condition, proclaimed
A) Protection Hope Acts
B) Poorness Help Acts
C) Popular Hostels Acts
D) Public Health Acts
4. The children...
A) They were left at home with the grandmothers
B) They frequented nurseries schools
C) Worked as hard as adults
D) They stand at home until 6 years old and after they started to do a small amount of work in order to help their families
5. children that worked in the mines were used as
A) Trappers (trap=trappola)
B) Tappers (tap= rubinetto)
C) Miners (mine= miniera)
D) Tippers (tip= consiglio)
6. Children were mostly employed
A) at home because of they were adapt to cook and wash
B) in mines because of their little body
C) in spinning mills because of their little hands and fingers
D) in the carbon factories because of their low “price”
7. The mercury thermometer was invented in 1714.
8. FIC of 1833 means #.
A) Factories Internal Corruption
B) Factories Inquietants Conditions
C) Factories Inquiry Commission
D) Factories Investigation Corporation
9. the industrial revolution gave birth to a period of equality.
10. The german physicist Daniel Gabriel # invented the mercury thermometer in 1714.
11. the German physicist had already created the # thermometer in 1709 . He takes inspiration by the alcohol (wine) thermometer of Olaus Roemer, the danish astronomer, and modified his design and scale, creating the Fahrenheit scale.