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ginosoprano09
03-21-2008, 09:57 PM
What do the QS and RS numbers in the ranking tables stand for and how do u calculate them?
:confused:

Madison
03-21-2008, 10:03 PM
Better explanation below.

IndySam
03-21-2008, 10:06 PM
The manual is your friend

9.3.4 Match Qualifying Points
At the completion of each qualification match, each team will receive a win, loss or tie depending on the final score:
Each team on the winning ALLIANCE will receive two (2) qualifying points.
Each team on the losing ALLIANCE will receive zero (0) qualifying points.
In the event of a tied score, all six teams will receive one (1) qualifying point.
9.3.5 Match Ranking Points
All teams on the winning ALLIANCE will receive a number of ranking points equal to the unpenalized score (the score without any assessed penalties) of the losing ALLIANCE.
All teams on the losing ALLIANCE will receive a number of ranking points equal to their finalscore (with any assessed penalties).
In the case of a tie, all participating teams will receive a number of ranking points equal to their ALLIANCE score (with any assessed penalties).

GaryVoshol
03-22-2008, 06:59 AM
The RS on the tables is the average number of ranking points received (total points divided by number of games played). That way at any given point in time, the teams are ranked equivalently, even if they haven't played the same number of games.