Eryn

Senior Member

Quote:
I would like to know the formula for the IP to time ratio in a regular game of SR.
IP = (Minutes) x (2.035) + 18
This is if you complete and win the match.
Minutes < 56

IP = (Minutes) x (1.402) + 16
This is if you complete and loose the match.
Minutes < 56

Example:
Win a game of summoner's rift in 40 minutes:
IP = (40) x (2.035) + 18 = 92.2 + 18 = 110.2 IP rounded down to 110 IP.

Eryn

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by Quick Rawr
I would like the % chance of winning my next Ranked game if I solo queue (1269 ELO)
Chance of winning a ranked game in solo queue:
Assuming you are not a troll / are a good player.

Troll = (1400 / Your Rating) x (40% - 10%(Your Rating / 1400))
Troll = (1400 / 1269) x (40% - 10%(1269 / 1400) = 34.13%
Troll on other team = Troll x 1.25
Troll Other = 34.12% x 1.25 = 42.66%

Chance of winning = 50% + (Troll Other - Troll)% = 50% + (42.66% - 34.12%) = 50% + 8.54% = 58.54%
Now since you are low elo, if we add the Master Yi afk push top lane your chance of winning is now: 90% + (Troll Other - Troll) or 98.54%

v81633331

Senior Member

In theory, what is the efficiency of a woodchuck by himself as opposed to a family of 8 woodchucks when chucking wood assuming an average level of wood being chucked?

Eryn

Senior Member

A woodchuck would chuck as much as a woodchuck could chuck.
Therefore with a family of 8 woodchucks chucking as much wood as they could chuck then they would chuck 8 times the amount of wood as a lone woodchuck could.

Laptop

Senior Member

What are the chances that I will get elo job kids in my next 1800 match?

How are you making these numbers up anyways? Seems almost arbitrary except for the 1400 elo thing and it seems oversimplified, not taking many external variables to account.

Johnsters4

Junior Member

Newfie007

Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by E1C
A woodchuck would chuck as much as a woodchuck could chuck.
Therefore with a family of 8 woodchucks chucking as much wood as they could chuck then they would chuck 8 times the amount of wood as a lone woodchuck could.
LOL. Pro! Made my day sir.

highrez

Senior Member

Quote:
X = (-b +/2 sqrt(b^2 - 4ac)) / 2a

Eryn

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by KSSNactivate
What are the chances that I will get elo job kids in my next 1800 match?

How are you making these numbers up anyways? Seems almost arbitrary except for the 1400 elo thing and it seems oversimplified, not taking many external variables to account.
My numbers are always right.

Chance of running into a booster:
[(Your elo x .75) / 1850] x 100%
^ If you won your last match ^

[(Your elo x .25) / 1850] x 100%
^ If you lost your last match ^

I've been in the 1800-1900 bracket for a while myself and must say that I run into way too many boosters.

Eryn

Senior Member