# Strategy point system

I have been attempting to develop an algorithm in an app that will successfully determine what the potential point score a person can have after any one certain action, and therefore the difference in points between each action they take in order to develop a strategy based on the point system. call me a nerd, it worked last year, so I am going to try again this year, although this year has many more variables, and I need some help relating variables within the problem. Here is what I have come up with after a few hours of work.

(5(3(a)+2(b)+1©)/d + (3(3(e)+2(f)+1(g))/d + 2(3(h)+2(i)+1(j))+ (3(k)+2(l)+1(m))

a= number of top pegs with ubertube on it, also with a logo bonus
b=number of middle row pegs with ubertube on it, also with a logo bonus
c=number of bottom row pegs with ubertube on it, also with a logo bonus
d=number of players on your team that scored in autonomous
e=number of top pegs with ubertube on it, without the logo bonus applied
f=number of middle pegs with ubertube on it, without the logo bonus applied
g=number of bottom pegs with ubertube on it, without the logo bonus applied
h=number of top pegs with only the logo bonus
I=number of middle pegs with only the logo bonus
j=number of bottom pegs with only the logo bonus
k=number of top pegs with no bonuses on it
l=number of middle pegs with no bonuses on it
m=number of bottom pegs with no bonus on it

I will eventually be using this when I finish (maybe) to create an app that can show you the points of a certain action, and the best possible outcome to determine maximum score as you go along, and maybe even reccommended reactions according to score. Help on relating the variables and simplifying would be much appreciated, plus, when we are done, our team will be sharing this app on our site, so theres something else good:ahh: :yikes:

We created a calculator that allows you to input what is on the board and figure out what the peg score and auto score would be.

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