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Old 06-25-2014, 12:44 PM   #11
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I'm happy that your happy and I don't have anything I have to go fix in relation to this.

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Those are your total miles and gallons but we aren't figuring Avg MPG on those numbers. They just happen to produce the same MPG, which on average they probably will!

As I said, we are using 18,200.20 / 1,351.437 for your car. The missing miles and gallons are attached to fuelups where we didn't track MPG due to you marking them as partial fillups. Fuelups #4 and #12 are marked as such.
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Old 06-25-2014, 12:49 PM   #12
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I'm happy that your happy and I don't have anything I have to go fix in relation to this.



Those are your total miles and gallons but we aren't figuring Avg MPG on those numbers. They just happen to produce the same MPG, which on average they probably will!

As I said, we are using 18,200.20 / 1,351.437 for your car. The missing miles and gallons are attached to fuelups where we didn't track MPG due to you marking them as partial fillups. Fuelups #4 and #12 are marked as such.
I understand and I agree about the coincidence. I am curious, though, why those would be ignored in an Avg. MPG calculation, since they are a valid part of the whole picture. (Also, see my edit on my previous post.)
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Old 06-25-2014, 01:06 PM   #13
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I understand and I agree about the coincidence. I am curious, though, why those would be ignored in an Avg. MPG calculation, since they are a valid part of the whole picture. (Also, see my edit on my previous post.)
Ignore everything I said about partials. I was looking at the wrong function. They are included in the calculations.
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