That will depend on how often you stop and start, and what speed you reach when running between stops. Generally, you'll find that city driving gives about 30% lower fuel efficiency than highway driving. It's interesting to note that the EPA numbers that most Americans use are estimates based on lab measurements, and the estimates for city are lowered by more than those for highway driving. This document http://www.epa.gov/otaq/cert/dearmfr/gasmel.pdf describes the process.
Consistent means that the equation does not have the same slopes. Inconsistent means that it has the same slope.
The main difference between coherent and incoherent machine is the consistency in performance. A coherent machine has processors that work in a consistent manner.Ê
The median is one measure of the average,
The average weight difference between men and women of the same height and age is 10 pounds.
The difference between normal and average respiratory rate is simple. Normal is healthy and cannot change and average most certainly can change.
Direction. Velocity has speed and direction
nothing they are both the same
I am not very sure of the whole thing, but Latency is your response time, how long it takes for information to travel from you to a server, and Jitter is the difference between your highest and shortest round trip, so how consistent your internet is
both have a slight tinge of "epic"
The only difference between them "on average" is the isotopes of oxygen involved. Variations involving bond switching, or thermal oscillation / rotation will be removed upon averaging.
There is no different between the two measurement.