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95.. 2AD .. for anyone saying it's pointless or can be done in other ways... go back to your radio. Not like we have anything else to do till a list comes out.

95.. 2AD .. for anyone saying it's pointless or can be done in other ways... go back to your radio. Not like we have anything else to do till a list comes out.

Are you asking for raw scores? How does someone get 77.7, 80.23, 76.4, etc for a raw score... I think your chart is already missed up..... 4th Time 72 raw

The attempt here is to try to show you guys where you may be placed on the list. The more scores he gets, the better. For example, I scored an 85 and lets assume we have a final list with 1060 people on it. Now we have 24 people who submitted a score. You would divide 1060 by 24 which equals 44.16. Then you would multiply 44.16 by 10 which is the position he has me on his mini list and that would give me a list number 441.

-- Edited by Zeph on Monday 13th of November 2017 06:04:16 PM

The attempt here is to try to show you guys where you may be placed on the list. The more scores he gets, the better. For example, I scored an 85 and lets assume we have a final list with 1060 people on it. Now we have 24 people who submitted a score. You would divide 1060 by 24 which equals 44.16. Then you would multiply 44.16 by 10 which is the position he has me on his mini list and that would give me a list number 441.

-- Edited by Zeph on Monday 13th of November 2017 06:04:16 PM

Theres a thread with a poll that already estimates where you would fall.

The attempt here is to try to show you guys where you may be placed on the list. The more scores he gets, the better. For example, I scored an 85 and lets assume we have a final list with 1060 people on it. Now we have 24 people who submitted a score. You would divide 1060 by 24 which equals 44.16. Then you would multiply 44.16 by 10 which is the position he has me on his mini list and that would give me a list number 441.

-- Edited by Zeph on Monday 13th of November 2017 06:04:16 PM

This makes no sense. Why are you dividing the participants by the total list size? Why are multiplying by 10?

In your model, your actual score doesn't matter. Lets say we have a contributor by the name Xeph. He got a 70. 24 people submitted their score, 24/1060=44.16 (why you divide that I have no clue), then you multiply by 10 for some reason? 441. Xeph's list number is 441 also?

If you want to make this accurate (which it won't be because the sample size is way to small, and to open to inaccuracy)

Zeph got an 85. That puts him 9th on a sample list of 24.