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30 August, 11:38

In which statement is the transition used correctly?

1. Gold in California ignited interest in a railroad to reach the West. As a result, Americans disagreed on where to build the railroad.

2. Gold in California ignited interest in a railroad to reach the West. However, Americans disagreed on where to build the railroad.

3. Gold in California ignited interest in a railroad to reach the West. Therefore, Americans disagreed on where to build the railroad.

4. Gold in California ignited interest in a railroad to reach the West. Before this, Americans disagreed on where to build the railroad.

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  1. 30 August, 11:55
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    I think the answer would be number 2
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