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Why did the sea monster eat 27 ships carrying potatoes?

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  1. Nobody can eat just one (potato ship).

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  3. because he wanted a potatoes chip

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  4. Why did the sea monster eat 27 ships carrying potatos?

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  5. Nobody can eat just one potato chips

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  6. Nobody can just eat one ship.

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  7. A photograph is 4.5 inches wide and 6 inches long a yearbook editor has the photo reduce to fit a space 1.9 inches wide how long is the reduce photograph

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  8. 100090”007666777

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  9. come get some

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