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  • What I learned about bridges!! By: Jacqueline
  •  Beam bridge, a beam bridge should not span for more than 250 feet TrussBridge, is design by a lot of triangular units and then connected to nodes.
  •  ArchBridge, a arch bridge is one of the oldest bridges! SuspensionBridge, is a type of bridge in which the deck is hung below suspension cables.
  •  Cablestayed bridgeThe cable stayed bridge is made out of one or more columns and cable supporting the bridge deck.
  •  CantileverBridge, the roadway of the cantilever bridge is held by… guess what… Cantilevers DrawBridge, a draw bridge was made so that bigger boats can go through there and it opens right in the middle!
  •  Nothing! Well not at this point!ACTUALLY, I have one, I was on a bridge in my life someday!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
  •  WHAT IS THE SMALLEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD??????????????????????????????? I WONDER!
  • Location: Canada-USALength: 10 MetersPicture:
  •  How tall is the tallest bridge?ANSWER: 343 Meters high!!!!!!!
  •  Mya-ha moment was when I found out what a draw bridge is!!!!!