How did an increase in trade lead to growth of towns?
it brought them more crops to grow and survive off of
The three field system contributed to the increase in populations and numbers of towns and cities. The three field system increased agricultural production in Western Europe. This lead to a situation in which a smaller number of farmers could feed a greater number of people, and this meant some of the farmers could get jobs in towns and cities. The growth of towns and cities lead, in turn, to an increase in industry and trade.
because when trade was used people were able to have more money more products to help with everyday life therefore people were able to build cities and towns because the had the ability to do it before trade only certain people had things because were one person was able to get something another person couldn't and trade allowed everyone to get things they couldn't before
rapid growth will increase the cost of the firm, with rapid growth the company needs to hire more staff due to the increase of pressure in order to manage andorganizeeverything. buying more materials as the demand grows.If the firm expands the pressure will increase leading to diseconomicsof scale. -staff will feel demotivate due to lack of communication. -rapid growth may lead to shortfalls in working capital. -costs will increase with demand (fixed and variable costs)…