# math

why did the roman coliseum go broke

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1. Is this a riddle? The Colosseum was used for several hundred years before it was partly destroyed by earthquakes and fires. It didn't "go broke."

Check this site.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseum

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Ms. Sue
2. who knows

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3. i don't know

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4. the lions ate up all the prophets :D
this was a riddle on my math hw

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5. The lions ate up all the prophets

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6. Thanks Parker, that was the correct answer to the riddle on my hw sheet :)

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7. parker u rock thx

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9. thanks for the answer was for my hw tonight too^^^^^

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10. Yay, found the answer to my homework!!

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11. Get that in there >o

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12. THE LIONS ATE UP ALL THE PROPHETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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13. Thanks Parker, that was the right answer to my worksheet ^_^

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14. No space?!? Lol I need help!

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15. THE LIONS ATE UP ALL THE PROPHETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hahahaha LOL..................not funny :/

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16. :)

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17. oh

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18. lol dud

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19. 777

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