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.

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

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

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

I googled it and found nothing apart from emirates stuff

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

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

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

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

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?

They are having you do the math to design it:-D

Your teacher will send it to Airbus when you are done.

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

E = enormous 😂. Must be the only logical answer

"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.

(782 × 2) +18

Impossible.

A possible list: Airbus A380-800E

Electric

Economy

Extended

EventhecreatersdontknowwhattheEmeanbuttheystillputitbecauseitismath

^One word

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