Henry Ford

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Henry Ford.

1. Where was Henry Ford born?
a. Germany
b. France
c. England
d. Ohio
e. Michigan

2. What career did Henry Ford's father want Henry to pursue?
a. Farmer
b. Businessman
c. Artist
d. Accountant
e. Doctor

3. What advantage did an assembly line have over traditional manufacturing processes?
a. It was greener and produced less pollution
b. It produced less expensive products
c. It allowed for highly customized products
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

4. Which of the following best describes the assembly line manufacturing process?
a. Each product is fully manufactured one at a time
b. Products are made one step at a time as they pass down a line
c. Products are manufactured by robots
d. Products are produced using 3D printers
e. Products are made by people who stand in a line

5. What was the name of Henry Ford's first successful assembly line car?
a. Taurus
b. Escort
c. Edsel
d. Model T
e. Escape

6. Why was the Model T so successful?
a. It was very fast
b. It was affordable by the average family
c. It was reliable
d. It was a convertible
e. It had four-wheel drive

7. In 1918, around what percentage of cars in the United States were Model Ts?
a. 5%
b. 10%
c. 15%
d. 50%
e. 100%

8. What other famous inventor did Henry Ford work with early on in his career?
a. Alexander Graham Bell
b. Nikola Tesla
c. Thomas Edison
d. Eli Whitney
e. Robert Fulton

9. What was the name of Henry Ford's first automobile company?
a. Henry Motor Company
b. Michigan Automobile Company
c. General Motors
d. Mercedes Benz
e. Detroit Automobile Company

10. Which of the following is true about Henry Ford?
a. He was a race car driver early in his career
b. He ran for the U.S. Senate, but lost
c. He saved Thomas Edison's last breath in a test tube
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

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