Please explain the calculation for monthly average (we have 12 months a year as far as I know)

yv
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NeilC
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@yv 

 

But do you pay your bill monthly or 90 days.

 

Surely you don't just pay a yearly bill.

Cheers Neil


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yv
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Seriously?

NeilC
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@yv 

 

The answer is very simple, the top figure is for 8 months

Bottom figure is for 10 months

 

Why don't you show the figures for 2021 and 2023.

2021 will not be available and 2023 will only be for 7 months....

 

AND you don't have smart meters.

SERIOUSLY

Cheers Neil


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yv
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You still amaze me with your answer.

 

A year means 12 months.
2022 is calculated from Jan to Dec, that is 12 months.
If you divide $3216 to 12, you will not get $321.6, no matter what.

BTW, I have smart meter.

NeilC
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Here are the facts as I see them.

Assuming the Year data is correct.

If I multiply the YEAR DATA by THE MONTHLY DATA I should get the same figure

BUT I DON'T THE DIFFERENCE IS SHOWN IN RED

 

So I have added my workings to show how the figures are calculated.

 

The ANSWER IS YOU DID NOT HAVE THE RESULTS FOR A FULL YEAR

 

I did PM you and ask for you to show figures from other years and your reply was "ARE YOU AN AGL EMPLOYEE".

 

I replied and stated that I am not and NEVER indicated that I was.

AGL employees are clearly indicated by an _AGL after their name and have a AGL ICON

 

 

UPDATED REPLY to show workings from spreadsheet

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Actual data divided by 12 months so your graph has no correct figures on it.

 

So doing some maths Year / Monthly  for both $ value and kWh, I get top meter to be 8 months and bottom meter to be 10 months.

 

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Data as shown with monthly usage.

 

My smart meter view shows individual views for months, which in fact I can drill into and see the daily total usage, then I can drill into that to get the hourly usage (which in not correctly timed).

 

Show the year prior and this current year.

 

I will show you what I see with my SMART METER DATA

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SERIOUSLY!!!

Cheers Neil


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