Posted in algebra, Basic Bio-fuel Calcs, direct proportion, Middle School, Ratio, Year 7 mathspig, Year 9 Mathspig | Tagged 1 kg, 1 lb, 1 pound, bio-fuel, car, diesel, drive, energy, fat, green, how far, human, mini, travel |
[…] And now Mathspig has been cruising in her Hogmobile working out how far a car can travel on human fat. You will find interesting calculations here, here and here. […]
Who would have guessed Human fat would have precisely the same energy density as diesel?
Hello Me, it is an approximation but a close one. Happy motoring. Cheerio Mathspig
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