What is that for an A380?

I found this math exercise in my book where they are writing about an Airbus A380-800E. Is that a real variant? What is that for an A380? I didn’t find any information on the internet.

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It’s a maths textbook. Don’t expect it to be reliable.

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Yes I know but the fact that they knew about a 767-300ER… 😂

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Just be happy that you got questions about planes 😂 JK, I’m gonna do a quick google search


And what do I get but this 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


From what I know and have found out - it’s not really a thing

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I googled it and found nothing apart from emirates stuff

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Didn’t you hear about the new electric A380? 😂 it can only roll 500 meters with a maximum speed of 10 knots but it’s electric

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When they ask in the exam how many tickets they can sell I’ll just write that the plane does not exist… 😂

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Something that I understand fron the A330/340 is that E is for enhanced performance or sth like that.

I’ve never seen such a nice handwriting

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It’s sad, the authors of this book are good in math, but they can’t look in the Internet(properly)

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Hahaha I hate when textbooks make up all this stuff. It gets annoying and the writers think it makes the content interesting.

A Cessna 172 MAX is flying from Toronto Liberty to Boston Heathrow at a speed of 2,052mph how long will it take to get there?

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They are having you do the math to design it:-D
Your teacher will send it to Airbus when you are done.

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Math textbooks have no clue of what they are talking about except for math. In my math textbook, it says that a private jet has a maxtow of 2000 pounds. Even the smallest private jet has a maxtow of above 10000 pounds

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E = enormous 😂. Must be the only logical answer

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"A 737 carried 782 passengers from KLAX to YSCB. On the return flight, the plane carried 18 more passengers. Find the total number of passengers from KLAX-YSCB and back."
As said above, it may be advisable for people to first search then print it out.

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(782 × 2) +18

Impossible.

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A possible list: Airbus A380-800E
Electric
Economy
Extended
EventhecreatersdontknowwhattheEmeanbuttheystillputitbecauseitismath
^One word

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Considering the amount of people fitted into the plane in the example I also thought it might be E for economy

At least it got A380-800 right and didnt do something like some “aviation experts” calling the 747-8i the 747-800

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