A few thingsOh dear you do have a problem don't you, my point is we have more troops per village in our alliance as our villages are considerably larger on average, even with your screwed up logig of rounding!!!
More points per village doesnt mean more troops, also you said our offences were crap yet we took 3 villages, says alot about the defenceswe have more troops per village in our alliance as our villages are considerably larger on average
What problem is that?Oh dear you do have a problem don't you
Explain to me how this rounding is screwedup?even with your screwed up logig of rounding!!!
When to Round Up
Rounding up means that we increase the terminating digit by a value of 1 and drop off the digits to the right. If the next place beyond where we are terminating the decimal is greater than or equal to five, we round up. For example, if we round 5.47 to the tenths place, it can be can be rounded up to 5.5.
[FONT=Verdana, Helvetica]When to Round Down[/FONT]
If the number to the right of our terminating decimal place is four or less (4, 3, 2, 1, 0), we round down. This is done by leaving our last decimal place as it is given and discarding all digits to its right. For example, if we round 6.734 to the hundredths place, it can be rounded down to 6.73.
This is how rounding works ( I know its decimals but the same rules apply)
Show me another way pink as your the math expert
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