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Which statement accurately describes Frederick Law Olmstead? A. He was a car maker who reduced costs and labor through assembly-line production. B. He was an inventor who designed a sturdy, reliable phonograph, called a Victrola. C. He was a landscape architect who laid out New York City's Central Park. D. He was an illustrator who developed the first comic strip, The Yellow Kid.

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  1. anonymous
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    @paki i'm thinking C

  2. anonymous
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    i'm pretty sure

  3. anonymous
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    @AG23

  4. paki
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    "He was a landscape architect"... so yeah correct....

  5. anonymous
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    thanks.

  6. paki
    • one year ago
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    my pleasure...

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