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4 L of E (C, M, OC, IC)

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: #31125 Fun: (2.63) Difficulty: (1.91) Category: Letter-Equations Submitted By: SPUTNIK2 Corrected By: bigSWAFF_69_

4 L of E (C, M, OC, IC)

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 GebbieRose Jun 16, 2006 Hint gave it away, but nice job! bigSWAFF_69_ Jun 16, 2006 Isn't the core split up into two sections? (inner/outer core). Look in any Science book, or many websites and you will see that they count the inner and outer portions of the core (as they are different). In inner core is solid, and the outer core is liquid. http://www.palaeos.com /Earth/Geosphere/structure.htm Some sites even say that there is an Upper/Lower mantle as well. http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/vwlessons/ lessons/Earths_layers/ Earths_layers2.html (remove spaces from links before pasting it into your web-bar) PunnettSwears Jun 16, 2006 I got it with the hint. Cool one. Chakoteya Jun 17, 2006 shouldn't that be of THE Earth? Just nit-picking. mercenary007 Jun 17, 2006 yeah I got that one... hint really gave it away though Therulerofthem Jun 18, 2006 There are four sections, the inner core and the outer core are different things. The inner core is solid from the weight of the outside earth, despite the heat, and the outer core is rock as a liquid. xolilangel827ox Jun 26, 2006 i got it right with the hint...cuz i was taught there are the inner core and the outer core and even possibly an upper/lower mantle so i guess its just the way you see it. good teaser though! paul726 Jul 01, 2006 Geez guys, take a breather! If they're both termed "core", then there's a reason they're associated. This teaser is fine; well done Sputnik! SPUTNIK2 Jul 13, 2006 Thanks Paul and yes this was how I was taught in school many moons ago, and I did do a quick google check befre I submitted it and it was still crust, mantle and core. Thanks for those who liked it, and for those who don't, sorry about that.