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Which of the following explains why transportation technology advanced more rapidly in Britain there than elsewhere in Europe? A) Britain's waterways made transporting coal much easier, making steam engines more practical. B) Britain depended on waterways to transport large quantities of goods, and so it developed river and canal transport to a high level. C) Britain's waterways were so crowded that industrialists were motivated to develop new methods of transport. D) Britain successfully adapted technology specifically for use in rivers and canals for use at sea.

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    B - Britain depended on waterways to transport large quantities of goods, and so it developed river and canal transport to a high level.

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