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How did the invention of the cotton gin contribute to the Industrial Revolution? It allowed multiple cotton threads to be spun at the same time, increasing the quality of cotton fabric. It made it possible for two people to operate a loom, decreasing the number of factory workers needed. It produced more durable cotton thread that was not mixed with linen, making it less expensive to produce. It simplified the process of removing seeds from cotton fibers, increasing in the production of raw cotton.

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The invention of the cotton gin contributed to the Industrial Revolution because it simplified the process of removing seeds from cotton fibers, increasing in the production of raw cotton. The correct answer is D. 

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