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Architecture Puzzler #332
The Roman Colosseum is an amphitheatre begun by Vespasian in AD 70 and completed by Domitian 12 years later. How many people could it seat: 15,000? 30,000? 50,000?
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Architecture Puzzler #331
It is hard to determine exact numbers, but it has been estimated that commercial and residential buildings consume about 65 percent of all electricity used in the United States and about 40 percent of all raw materials. These buildings account for about what percentage of greenhouse gases?
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