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An electric bus has onboard instruments that report the total electricity consumed since the start of the trip as well as the total distance covered -GATE EC 2015

An electric bus has onboard instruments that report the total electricity consumed since the start of the trip as well as the total distance covered. During a single day of operation, the bus travels on stretches M, N, O and P, in that order. The cumulative distances traveled and the corresponding electricity consumption are shown in the Table below

The stretch where the electricity consumption per km is minimum is 
(A) M 
(B) N 
(C) O 
(D) P

Asked On2017-07-06 14:04:34 by:milan-ransingh

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Answer:(D) P
An electric bus is a bus powered by electricity.
There are two main electric bus categories:
Non-autonomous electric buses:
The trolleybus is a type of electric bus powered by two overhead electric wires, with electricity being drawn from one wire and returned via the other wire, using two roof-mounted trolley poles.
The gapbus is a bus without rails or surface power lines, and it can share the road lane with other vehicles as well. Power is supplied over a gap of 12 cm (4.7 in) from a power line embedded in the ground.
Online Electric Vehicle (OLEV) by KAIST, propelled by a high frequency electric cable buried under the pavement.
The onboard stored-electricity bus (autonomous electric buses):
Battery electric bus and Capabus

Answerd on:2017-07-09 Answerd By:prajwalamv

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