Why are there so many different types of bridges?
- Due to their usage
- Due to alignments
- Due to different soil strata's
- Based on locations
- Load transmission
And the engineers' imagination!
There are many different types of scientists because one person could not handle all the information of geology, astrology, and other types of science. Since there are numerous types of sciences, there has to be many different types of scientists, so there are many different scientists because there are many different sciences.
There are different types of bridges. There are bridges that have been built to ease traffic congestion in large cities; bridges have been built across rivers and the ocean to allow cars and trucks to travel from one place to another; bridges have been built to allow pedestrians to pass over highways safely. Bridges link places, so people are able to travel with ease between places. Goods can be carried on bridges and therefore trade…
Well, actually, no. As you know, there are A LOT of different types of rocks. Different types of rocks are all over the world, so of course, when we go to the beach and step in the sand, we're stepping on TRILLIONS x99999 types of rocks. So, there are many different types of sand. Hope I was helpful!