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glad to see you all enjoyed the festivities saturday morning.
its going to be a long two weeks but what do ya say we do it again two saturdays from now? same time  same place?
hopefully by then I'll be able to change my roster!
aaaaaahahahahahaha
spelling bee???
Guy's you are making my brain hurt.lol
here's some more #'s
Overall RankPercentileRank ChangeTotal Points
5,184 98th+13,6001,479
Wife's infoShe has 4 points more then I do.
Overall RankPercentileRank ChangeTotal Points
4,69298thminus1,6171,483
Here's your home work,Have fun lol
And i know you'll be making my head hurt.
The 50th person in the standings has1604
You guy's may be right
Ricky Craven is 319,762 showing no points.
But in the Expert Advive he's recieving points..
May be they are listening to you. w/Craving points at 0
But they can't just come right out and say.... 2 Replies to Rod

BRAVO Rod_n_CG C!! I believe that is the most intelligent answer to date. Yahoo cannot say without saying what they meant to say. LOL!!!

That's makes me feel worse. I thought I was at least beating Ricky Craven.

If craven is 0, he lost 2,800 points? I'm also 95% in 15,177 place so there could be several thousand per % ? Go figure.
 1 Reply to Bumper2Bumper

If you look under "Expert Advice" Craven actually has 1346 points. Also, if you read my previous post, I said that each percent represents about 3,300 people. To have a percent just to yourself Yahoo would have to figure it out to the exact decimal, but they aren't that exact. :)

They have been giving Ricky Craven 0 points each week. I think that is so we can see the total number of teams. In the standings he has 0 points and a rank of 319,762.
 1 Reply to BW999

I used the formula and came up 321,260.
I am 95% ranked 16,063.
Thus 16,063 / .05 = 321,260
Craven is at 319,762
Even though Yahoo! told me that "that information is not given to the public" WHAT A LOAD OF HOOEY!!!

Hell yes I'll be there!
The math still doesn't seem to work.. So what gives?!?
I lost 74,777 positions after Bristol (Oohhh the shame.. BIG GRIN!!), multiplied by my 22% loss in ranking works out to 1,645,094...
On the other hand logically thinking,1.6 million yahoo players in one league is 1.1 million too many to keep a league properly organized...
Who knows, better yet who cares?!? LOL!! 2 Replies to Da Goat®

Da Goat  It's your math thats a little off. You would not multiply 74,777 by 22 because it is equal to 22%. You would need to devide 100 by 22 then multiply that by 74,777 for a total of 339,891
There is another way to figure it too. Here are my numbers as an example. I am currently 73,387 and at 78th % that means that 73,387 is equal to 22% (100% minus 78%) of the total players. To find the total devide 100 by 22 (equals 4.5454) then multiply that by 73,387 for a total of 333,573 players. Of course that is only an approximate total because each % is equal to about 3,300 players and there is no way to know exactly where in that number I am to calculate the accurate total. Hopefully this is not too confusing.....
So what time is the math lesson after the spelling bee? LOL :)
Oh, and obviously you care or you wouldn't have asked. :) 
I laughed at this board all weekend, almost as much as I laughed when Harvick took Stewart out.

I'll do my best to be there.

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