“How many miles can I drive on a gallon of gasoline?”
“How many gallons of gasoline do I need to travel 10,000 miles?”
Is there anything fundamentally different in these two questions?
Consider the following examples:
Let’s say you drive 10,000 miles in a year on an average. If you have a car that gives you 10 miles-per-gallon (MPG), then . . . → Read More: Thinking In GPM Can Overcome MPG Illusion