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The task is to find a word which is mostly used as a symbol in Math and Physics. It is also a giant in space.

Find the appropriate links from the below hints. The links (imgur- pages) will further provide hints to find that word.

For Prefix:

You need to abbreviate, that is megabits are four in Roman but 5 in Arabic...

For Infix:

Insurance Information Bureau has got a quick win by a collaboration with the Kansas City Chiefs

For Suffix:

Do you know, egg completed an Enterprise Content Management course last Orange day ?

As an illustration, we need to find the next term of the below pattern,

$gaM6eOI, eyK4cMG, cwI2aKE, ......$

Here the alphabets and numbers are shifted by $2$ in back. So the next term is,

$$auG0yIC$$

which leads to the following link.

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  • $\begingroup$ imgurmaze tag maybe? $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jun 30 at 2:40
  • $\begingroup$ Added it, thanks! $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 30 at 3:05
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Prefix found by Omega Krypton already

e

Infix

Insurance Information Bureau has got a quick win by a collaboration with the Kansas City Chiefs https://imgur.com/IIBqwKC enter image description here pressure can be measured in psi which is a greek letter

Suffix

Do you know, egg completed an Enterprise Content Management course last Orange day ?
https://imgur.com/eECMlOd
enter image description here The city is London, strike a don leaves lon

The answer is

e-psi-lon = epsilon The giant in space may be the Epsilon Rocket

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  • $\begingroup$ Excellent!!!... $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jul 4 at 16:35
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    $\begingroup$ @Ak19 Ok, yours is bigger than mine. $\endgroup$ – Bananenkopp Jul 4 at 16:44
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Prefix:

e: end of every life; beginning of every end
from https://imgur.com/ieMbiv5: ie(that is) + Megabits(Mb) + Roman 4(iv) + Arabic 5 (5)
enter image description here

Infix:

IIB + ... + KC (thanks @Duck!)?

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  • $\begingroup$ Kansas City Chiefs abbreviates to KC... $\endgroup$ – Duck Jul 2 at 0:33

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