The answer is three incase anyone was wondering
@JacketOff, you put a plus instead of a minus. It's 7
@JacketOff, a represents the rng number or the pokemon's difficulty factor? I can't remember
@Tyrellious, wait. If memory serves, a is a ratio that accounts for pokemon health over remaining health, a condition multiplier, ball multiplier, pokemon difficulty number, and an rng number.
@JacketOff, anybody read the new Star Wars heir to the Jedi book? If you did, you understand why this is funny
Einstein's Theory of Relatively Shaky Pokeballs
The shakey shake
@Scusii, *shakey shakey
Well it never looked like advanced math to begin with. Since all of them are equal to each other, you can essentially just look at the far left one and ignore everything else. It's literally b= constant/sqrt(sqrt(constant/a)) which is an equation that a 6th grader can understand.
So Pokemon suddenly makes math less intense?
"What did I fvcking tell you?" -every algebra teacher ever
I'm assuming it's to find a?
My husband used this formula when he proposed to me with a master ball.
Well it's just algebra soooo…
What the fvck is shakey shakey??
So it's 90 percent "Are you f*cking kidding me!? How the hell did it escape!?"