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## 384,400 K = the D of the M from the E.

Letter Equations are well known phrases or facts where the key words have been replaced with the first letter of that word. These are often in the form of an equation, which contain a number, an = sign and the rest of the obscured phrase or fact.

 Puzzle ID: #251 Fun: (2.35) Difficulty: (1.86) Category: Letter-Equations Submitted By: Mr. G

384,400 K = the D of the M from the E.

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 CCat20 Oct 05, 2002 Actually it's more than that, it moves three feet every year darthforman May 27, 2005 hidentreasure Nov 28, 2005 cool teaser. mr_brainiac Jan 04, 2006 Off by 3 feet? We need to get this person kicked out for leading us astray!! I'm gonna call Mr. Braingle !! musicmaker21113 Jan 19, 2006 To Mr. Brainiac's comment - 3 ft off, maybe, but is that at perigee or apogee? Good teaser... Got it in a few seconds, once I figured out that "K" was another abbreviation and didn't stand for "Kelvin" Angelli Jan 24, 2006 sooo easy SPUTNIK2 Feb 02, 2006 yes easy if your use to using the metric system.... Methlos Mar 12, 2006 i still don't get it spazzyjazzy93 May 01, 2006 i'm in the US so i dont really use the metric system except in science and i got it. . . . . i just figured that D standed for distance adn E was for earth and the rest was easy yay! nice teaser calmsavior May 03, 2006 actually i think its only one foot per year. calmsavior May 03, 2006 i sure got this, but i had to convert it to miles to make sure! Unraveled Jun 25, 2006 I thought this was pretty easy because seeing the large number followed by a K, I figured the K stood for kilometres. Then, it kind of layed itself out for me. Krystle Jul 23, 2006 i liked this one. these riddles are easy! good job, even if u were off by what one or three? feet thimblenoggin Aug 30, 2006 Is that at sea level? What's a couple of feet between a planet and its satellite?

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