No. to work it out, u hav to do the maths this way. low: 708902 -708898 --------- which gives u 4units to work out normal 721975 -721924 which gives 51units thats the way to work it out. our metre only displays one set of readings and ur's is a bit complicated which i dont really understand (the low and normal readings etc.) u have to phone ur supplier to ask them how much they charge for one unit of electricity. the u just multiply that by the number of units used to get ur total in pence. for example if they charged you 8pences per unit and u used 10 units, u multiply 8 by 10 to give u 80 pence

why do i - the whole last norm by the first norm? were is the 51 units coming from, sorry, its just really confusing, i am very bad at maths, i proberbly could work it out if knowing what to do wasent so confusing.

well basically if u want to know the difference between a number for example if a number was 2000 and now it is 2150, to find the difference u obviously have to minus the smaller number by the larger one so in this case it will be 2150 - 2000 which is 150. so if this was in electricity format, it will be 150units used. thats as simple as i can explain it, sorry if u still dont get it