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You are going to Malmö and have a choice between two routes. Route A is 50 km and route B is 57 km long. Which option is true?
Every time you have to stop at a red light and accelerate to the appropriate speed, your fuel consumption increases. Maintaining a constant speed on the country road does not use as much fuel, as the speed you have built helps you to keep moving.
But I am not given any information about the different roads.
– That is exactly the point of the question. You have to be able to realise that there may be times when a longer route is more environmentally friendly. The example above is just one way to think.
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