# history

Which best reflects the shift in south Carolinas population since the 1950's

A. the population has increased and became more urban

B. Rural areas have seen greater population growth than urban

C. the population of urban areas has decreased.

D. urban and rual areas have seen similar population growth.

If you have the answer to this one and the others one please tell me. I'm from Conexus
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