Which statements accurately describe results of the invention of the printing press
books became less expensive to purchase
books became available to many people throughout europe
the literacy rate began to rise as interest in learning grew
the demand for books became a problem because only a few printers were available
The need of printing arose when people are becoming more intellectual during the medieval ages. Many writers around this time believed that it is very expensive to hire scribes. They believe that it takes time and effort to train them to write a perfect manuscript. Thus, Gutenberg decided to create a printing press. Because of this, books become available throughout Europe and all over the world.
4. Books became available to many people throughout Europe.
Before the results of the printing press, when Johannes Gutenberg invented it in 1440, only about thirty percent of European adults were literate (could read and write). His invention flooded Europe with printed material which is when literacy rates began to rise after interest in learning increased.
A. Books became available to many people throughout Europe.
C. Books became less expensive to purchase.
D. The literacy rate began to rise as interest in learning grew.
The history of the invention of the printing press can be taken as a huge development in the literary world. The invention of this printing press by goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg in 1440 greatly revolutionizes the way information is shared around the world and in a swifter way.
So, considering the given options, we can safely say that the invention of the printing press helped in so many ways. First, the availability of books increased and many people was able to access them. It also made it less expensive for people to buy, leading to many poorer sections of the society gaining access to books. This, in turn, led to an increase in the literary rate of the people, for almost everyone can get books and learn to read and write. Books were no longer just accessible to the few rich, even the poor and lower sections of the society were able to get their own books and thus helped them in learning.
Thus, the correct answers are options A, C, and D.
Books became available to many people throughout Europe.
Books became less expensive to purchase.
The literacy rate began to rise as interest in learning grew.
The demand for books became a problem because only a few printers were available.
(Books became available ...) Printing press were able to make many copies
(Books became less expensive ...) As time goes on, they wil be less expensive because there would be more printing press in Europe. At the beginning, of course they'll be expensive because there's only few
(literacy rate rise) Because many would be able purchase one, the number of people able to read would likely increases
(Demand for books) As more people knows how to read, printing press can not keep up because they are doing it manually. Today we have factory/machines.
They all correct.
literacy rate rose, books available to many throughout europe & books were less expensive- 3 answers!!
This is, surely, the precise answer, because printing press offered to common people the chance to read papers. This way, literacy rates were increasing at the same time the people were more interested in reading activities, because books were expensive and designated for noble people.
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