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Friday, March 28, 2008

Done...!!!!!!


 
 
NOTE:
If you are in some hurry or don't want to waste few minuetes, kindly skip to the bottom line section of this post.

AIM:
To measure the mileage of my bike - Hero Honda Passion Plus.

OBSERVATIONS:
Odometer reading when the fuel fell to Reserve level (D1) : 24376.2 kms.
Amount paid for the petrol filled in the nearby bunk : Rs. 100.00
Cost of 1 litre petrol : Rs. 57.60
Odometer reading when the fuel fell to Reserve level, next time (D2) : 24506.8 kms.


CALCULATIONS:

Quantity of Petrol filled : Amount paid/Cost of Petrol
= 100/57.61
= 1.74 L

Distance traveled for 1.74 L of Petrol : D2-D1
= 24506.8 - 24376.2
= 130.6 Km

Distance travelled for 1 L of Petrol : Distance Travelled/Quantity of Petrol
= 130.6/1.74
= 75.06 km

RESULT:

Mileage of the bike = 75* KMPL (aprx.)

*conditions apply

Testing time : mostly around 11 am and 10 pm.

Max speed : 40-50 km/hr

No pillion passenger



Bottom Line:

  • Mileage of my bike is 75* KMPL (aprx.) - need to check again : bike & my eyes [:)]
  • Above section of this post is just a sample on How to answer a 12 marks question, with just knowing a single word in the whole text book (image - as usual to fill the space)
  • This can happen to you, if you stay for too long in the office, on a friday evening, without any valid reason/work.

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10 Comments:

Blogger Prashanth said...

Pachai jeyichutta da! Eppo diagram vandhucho appovae idhu unnoda trade mark aayiduchu. Un munnaadi okkaandhu exam ezhudhinavan dheivam da!

11:02 PM  
Blogger Vetty Officer said...

@prash:
Oru Deivamae thannai Deivam endu cholvadhanal indril irundhu nee "Deivanthinda Deivam" ;)

btw... aduthaduthu un paper and then en papers ah correct senja lecturers thaan ippo epadi irukangalo???

5:02 AM  
Blogger Mystery said...

hmmm..i am lost :D

8:23 AM  
Blogger Venkat said...

1 litre petrol RS.57+? wow!

11:11 AM  
Blogger Mystery said...

ohhhh..ingayum athe vella than pa..athu korayara maari thonala

5:49 PM  
Blogger Vetty Officer said...

@venkat:
Nanba, thats the rate at Shell. I didn't know that in other places its only Rs.50/- ini angae thaan poganum.

@ mystery:
:) Thank you for visiting the blogs!

8:22 PM  
Blogger Venkat said...

hmm... you might have gone for Super "Super" Petrol. Probably that's the reason why you got 75kmpl.

9:00 PM  
Blogger shankar.n said...

One litre Petrol in Sheel is Rs.57??? Quite shocking.. anyway, some guys advised me not to fill the Super petrol..as it may damage the engine... need to check.. not sure how far it is true..

I fill regularly in a nearby HP station and for the same 100Rs. it gives me around 130 KM. The mileage may be less compared to ur readings, but the kms travelled is the same. Please check abt using the Super petrol and then proceed....

10:02 PM  
Blogger Vetty Officer said...

@ venkat:
Yes it is Shell Super.

@Shankar:
When I was talking about this to many, I m getting a mixed reactions. Need to ask some professionals. Will update soon.

5:30 AM  
Blogger Vetty Officer said...

this is what the mechanic told me about using the Power Shell:

"Power Shell is too advanced for two wheelers, its best for Cars and big NO for bikes"

5:35 AM  

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