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28 March, 08:00

Why does Interstate 95 seem to follow the fall line?

-it was designed to go around waterfalls and rapids.

-it connects cities that were established on the fall line.

-the fall line is flat and was easy to construct a road on.

-abandoned railroad tracks share the same route. An increase of what causes bleaching of coral reefs salinity evaporation pH or temperature

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  1. 28 March, 08:15
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    The correct answer is B) it connects cities that were established on the fall line.

    Interstate 95 seems to follow the fall line because it connects cities that were established on the fall line.

    Interstate 95 is an important highway that runs all through the East Coast of the country. It was built "parallel" to the Atlantic Coast and connects New Brunswick to Miami, connecting important cities such as Portland, Main, Boston, Providence, New York, Bañtimore Washington D. C., Richmond, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Savannah, and Jacksonville.
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