If you throw out the speed, where does the "hump" fall? In other words, what was the average MPG non-dependant on speed?
I'll post the grand mean tonight - right now I'm here and my data's there...MDXtra said:If you throw out the speed, where does the "hump" fall? In other words, what was the average MPG non-dependant on speed?
Thanks! I got lucky with that photo, it was during the Red River flood a month or so ago, and very windy and rainy, so I didn't want to get too far from the car. You can't tell from this photo, but the road disappears underwater off in the distance. I lightened it up a bit so the data points would stand out (Mahogany would certainly 'muddy up' the data! ).Jorge said:EXCELLENT PRESENTATION GHOST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now if you could only interpret the data for us as to why is
there such a vast range, etc.
The MDX photo, the road, are you in advertising?
Or marketing? If not, you could be.
Are you sure you are being clearheaded in making this statement? Sounds more like your handle should be "mr4margaritas"!!mr1margarita said:remery,
... Personally, I feel that the SS conveys a much richer image!! ( This insider fighting is great!!!)
No way, buy the time you make that many posts you will be sober but a little salty around the rims.mr1margarita said:remery....
The margaritas have not effected my judgement and good taste in the color palette. However, I am concerned that when I get to 567 posts I may also become delusional.
I was being figurative, sweat on the rims of my glasses from writing so many posts, and a bit of a play on your handle, salt on the rim of a margarita glass. You have to remember we Mahoganites are more cerebral, known to sip wine and listen to piano music! However, don't feel bad, another one of you Silverinians, our forum mileage meister, was slow in understanding one of my posts. But after 572 of them I am used to it!mr1margarita said:remery,
Leave my touring rims out of this! The Chicago salt will get to them soon enough...
The grand average mileage is 19.1 mpg - this is based on 90 samples. The lowest was 12.5 and the highest was 26.MDXtra said:If you throw out the speed, where does the "hump" fall? In other words, what was the average MPG non-dependant on speed?