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What is the main purpose of the third paragraph? to describe how the earliest robots were used in industry to explain why today's robots are different from early robots to explain why early robots could not do things by themselves to describe how the robot Asimo is able to walk by itself

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第3のパラグラフの主要な目的は、何ですか? 最も初期のロボットがどのように工業において使われたかについて述べること 今日のロボットがなぜ初期のロボットと異なるかについて説明すること 初期のロボットがなぜ単独で物事をすることができなかったかについて説明すること アシモ・ロボットがどのように単独で歩くことができるかについて述べること

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