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Alexander Graham Bell improved the world by helping people communicate from far distances. Later on in time people improved the telephone. So next time you use the phone think about Alexander Graham Bell and how he became so successful.
he invented the telephone, but there was a legal dispute over this, but Bell won. The link below gives the history of the phone.
He invented the telephone so today we can call out friends but be for he invented it the could not make contact by phone
The impact the telegraph might have on the future of the United States is the invention of the telephone in 1877 by Alexander Graham BellGREETINGS TO ALL HOLT CHEATERS!youtube.com/HomerSETH9 ← subscribe for more!
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Alexander Grahm Bell impacted the world with the telephone. Without him, we wouldn't be able to contact others without meeting them somewhere. Not only did he invent the telephone, but he also invented the photophone and the wireless phone. Other than phones, he invented the multiple telegraph, hydro-airpane, photo-sensitive selenium cell, and new techniques for teaching the deaf to speak. Bell also improved Thomas Eddison's phonograph. Bell and his father-in-law, Gardiner Hubbard, along with others founded the National Geographic Society (N.G.S) in 1888; Bell was president of the society from 1898-1903. So basically Alexander Grahm Bell had a very large impact in the world. ~ Alex
The invention of the telephone was a huge positive for society. The telephone enabled a vast improvement in communications.
Communication between family and loved ones
The telephone has made a huge impact on the economy. As an invention usally does, the telephone. Some of these include:TelemarketingLinemenOperatorsAfter Alexander Gram Bell made the first telephone many people found that they could get money off of making cheaper phones and selling them at high prices. As you can tell companies are still doing this with modern day cellphones.
Knowing what caused an event or a phenomenon to occur, you can then observe (or learn about) the impact that event or phenomenon had. This is a common mode of analysis in science, and it is also common in literature. When writing an essay, an author may begin by telling how X happened, and then discuss what the result of X was. So, for example, we can talk about the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, and then explore the relationship between that invention and what happened in society as a result of the telephone.