What transportation problem did Robert Fulton solve with his development of the steamboat?
A.) Without the steamboat, trade was conducted across roads that were overcrowded
B.) Before the steamboat, trade along the Mississippi could move only in one direction
C.) Until Fulton began using steam, only gas-powered boats could move along the Mississippi
D.) Prior to Fulton, boats were too small to carry large numbers of passangers
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@Breelervsyu which answer do you think it is and why?
B because...idk lol. just an educated guess I guess :) um it didn't have the power to move up river?
@Breelervsyu C is wrong because steam boats came BEFORE gas boats so we can eliminate that answer choice .