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NS Strength calculation incorrect


MrCyber
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When using the NS strength calculation the answer does not correspond with the NS number I have according to my nation page.

Here's the calculation as found in the help:

Land Purchased * 1.5 + Tanks Deployed * .75 + Tanks Defending * 1 + Cruise Missiles * 1.5 + Nuclear Purchased * 50 + Technology

Purchased * 5 + Infrastructure Purchased * 3 + Actual Military * .10 + (aircraft rating totals * 5)

Here it is with my stuff filled in:

388.544 * 1.5 + 0 * 0.75 + 300 * 1 + 0 * 1.5 + 0 * 50 + 70.07 * 5 + 1999.99 * 3 + 14000 * .10 + (0 * 5) = 8633.136

My Nation's page says : 8,366.907 so this seems that something else has an influence on Nation Strenght ? What is it ? or is it a bug ?

My nation URL : http://www.cybernations.net/nation_drill_d...ation_ID=168748

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NS does not account for land gains via resource trades, only actual purchases.

Ok.. so where can you find that number ? Currently all my nation screen says is :

388.544 from purchases/sales/gains

I know I bought a load of land since I was constantly running into over population messages so where can I find how much I really should put in the formula?

Also taken into account that my nation has a 38% increase in land purchases I would still get to 8472.651 NS with the forumula.

(388.544 / 1.38) * 1.5 + 0 * 0.75 + 300 * 1 + 0 * 1.5 + 0 * 50 + 70.07 * 5 + 1999.99 * 3 + 14000 * .10 + (0 * 5) = 8472.651

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To find purchased land amount go to World Statistics >> Nation Rankings >> Your team color >> Find your nation by searching through the pages(only way to see your nation ranking including the pruchased land figure, can't use the 'search' feature).

The land amount is between the Strength and Infras column. It shows land purchased only.

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I've modified the land display on the nation details page to indicate actual purchases.

Awesome.. thank you very much. this will make it much easier.

Now the formula is actually almost dead on.. just 0.003 different, but that can just be a rounding difference.

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