Why were North America's major cities built along rivers?

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A Rivers were important for transportation and water.
B Rivers did not help them.
C Rivers lay in the tropical climate.
DRivers were only near mountains and deserts.

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Answer: A, mostly for their basic needs

Explanation:

Many large cities grew alongside rivers and other waterways, because rivers provided convenient transportation before railroads and roads were built.

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Mr. Fern Wiza Sr.
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