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Which of the following individuals is credited with patenting the steam engine? a. Eli Whitney b. Henry Bessemer c. James Watt d. Robert Fulton
JAMES WATT is credited with patenting the steam engine.
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User: Which of the following individuals is credited with patenting the steam engine? a. Eli Whitney b. Henry Bessemer c. James Watt d. Robert Fulton

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JAMES WATT is credited with patenting the steam engine.
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