# Difference between revisions of "Category talk:Engines"

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* The brackets have been entered . The ** notation means raised to "the power of" . In this case as the power is 6 it means | * The brackets have been entered . The ** notation means raised to "the power of" . In this case as the power is 6 it means | ||

(current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) *(current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) --[[User:Chris Johnson|Chris Johnson]] 17:31, 27 January 2007 (EST) | (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) *(current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) --[[User:Chris Johnson|Chris Johnson]] 17:31, 27 January 2007 (EST) | ||

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+ | *Ahh, I am used to the caret (^) being used for powers. -Talapus |

## Latest revision as of 07:26, 28 January 2007

It looks like the formula is missing a right bracket somewhere, and what is the double astrisk notation? -Talapus

- The brackets have been entered . The ** notation means raised to "the power of" . In this case as the power is 6 it means

(current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) *(current_speed/maxspeed) * (current_speed/maxspeed) --Chris Johnson 17:31, 27 January 2007 (EST)

- Ahh, I am used to the caret (^) being used for powers. -Talapus