Test: AP Human Geography

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Prior to the industrial revolution, wood was the primary energy source. As wood became more scarce leading up to the industrial revolution, what energy source became the primary source of energy for ovens and steam engines?

Coal

Wind

Petroleum

Oil

Natural gas

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