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    my friend has 104695 "reps" and 50000 "posts" on an internet forum... he wants to find his "reps per post"

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    any mathematicians out there ?

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    Times them together and divide by 2.

    How many till your 13th?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    my friend has 104695 "reps" and 50000 "posts" on an internet forum... he wants to find his "reps per post"

    :dontknow:

    any mathematicians out there ?

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    Rep per posts would be rep divided by posts so in their case around about 2
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    Times them together and divide by 2.

    How many till your 13th?
    That would be averaging the reps and the posts...
    Oh dear I can't even read :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Lemur14)
    Rep per posts would be rep divided by posts so in their case around about 2

    That would be averaging the reps and the posts...

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    the bear did maths or something at Oxbridge (back in 1930). I don't think he was being serious, nor was I.
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    (Original post by Notoriety)
    the bear did maths or something at Oxbridge (back in 1930). I don't think he was being serious, nor was I.
    Whoops! I didn't think bear was serious, but I thought you were :facepalm: Sorry!

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