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# What Do These Numbers Represent?

Fun: (2.91)
Difficulty: (2.16)
Puzzle ID: #33626

Submitted By: Princeford93 Corrected By: seanlandrews

Submitted By: Princeford93 Corrected By: seanlandrews

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These brain teasers rely on your ability to recognize groups of common attributes. For each of these puzzles you'll need to figure out why the words or letters are grouped as they are. Sometimes you will be asked to pick the odd-one-out or to place a new word into the correct group.

All these number represent one thing. What is it?

1.609344

1,760

5,280

63,360

160,934.4

1,609,344

1.609344

1,760

5,280

63,360

160,934.4

1,609,344

### Answer

Units in one mile:1.609344 kilometers

1,760 yards

5,280 feet

63,360 inches

160,934.4 centimeters

1,609,344 millimeters

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## Comments

Great teaser! Too hard for me, but great none the less!

fun teaser. I got it cuz 1.60934 (after I rounded to 1.6) and 5,280.

I enjoy different measurements, so I enjoyed figuring this one out! Marvelous teaser! Keep them coming!

wow cool teaser I toght it was dun and easy

wow.. i was typing them into my phone trying to make words.. lol.. naturally i did not get it. nice work

Since I have a degree in math science, this was extremely easy. But it is a good quiz for most people.

Nice teaser, I got it as soon as Is saw the 5,280.

I got it with the 5280...great teaser!

I looked at it quickly this morning before I left for work. I saw a lot of digits 0, 1, 6, and 9 and tried to equate them to upside down letters or leetspeak.

Later I looked again, and missed the 5,280, but 1,760 jumped out at me and I knew.

Who wants to try it with an acre? The non-metric system of measures is certainly much better for puzzles.

Later I looked again, and missed the 5,280, but 1,760 jumped out at me and I knew.

Who wants to try it with an acre? The non-metric system of measures is certainly much better for puzzles.

well I didn't get it but it was worth trying. Good one by the way what is leetspeak?

i got it : P it was hard at first but when i saw 5,280 it rang a bell so i remembered 5,280 feet was the same as a mile and i looked up all the other ones and got it right (:

Like some of the others, the 5,280 gave it away for me. Very clever.

I didn't like it. Sorry!

As a Canadian young enough to have been born after the conversion to metric, I have very little concept of imperial measurements and had no idea how many feet were in a mile.

I assumed it was a measurement or some sort when I noticed the pattern in the metric numbers and like someone above, rounded the first one to 1.6 and got it from there.

I assumed it was a measurement or some sort when I noticed the pattern in the metric numbers and like someone above, rounded the first one to 1.6 and got it from there.

Like others, 5280 gave it away.

A Groupy Math Teaser!

That was a long way to go for a teaser.

I'm with the group who said 5280 gave it to me. Thanks for posting. I liked this one!

I knew the 5280 is a mile, figured out the inches and yards but lost me on the metrics.

Got it nice teaser thanks for posting

nice, easy

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