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The Math System - Previous sections weren't plagued with Aion Gold mathematical equations. This was my attempt to start softly, but now it's time to be serious. The only way to compare ships is to compare their actual yield and what they are capable of, and this can only be done with math, lots of math (although nothing complicated!).

If you can understand the system, then you will be able to apply it to every ship in the game, so there won't be any need to eve-mail me and ask me what yield you would get with the skills you now have! If you do I'll spank you, m'okay?

If you need to pay any taxes on top of that (shown in the green rectangle from our screenshot above), you need to take it off now. Using our screenshot from above with a tax of 10%, we are left with:

(100%-10%) * 270 = 243 = 243 units of Tritanium

(100%-10%) * 108 = 97.2 = 97 units of Pyerite

(100%-10%) * 270 = 243 = 243 units of Isogen

So, we would end up with 243 units of Trit, 97 units of Pyer and 243 units of Isogen from our original batch of 500 in our hangar with a refining yield of 88% and a 10% tax.

If you mine named variations (+5%/+10%) of an ore, you have to factor that at the beginning of your calculations. So in our first calculation, if we are refining Silvery Omber (+5%) instead of regular Omber, we would calculate 88% of 307*1.05=322.35=322 units of Tritanium and not 88% of 307.

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Home » Site News » The only way to compare ships is to com...

The Math System - Previous sections weren't plagued with Aion Gold mathematical equations. This was my attempt to start softly, but now it's time to be serious. The only way to compare ships is to compare their actual yield and what they are capable of, and this can only be done with math, lots of math (although nothing complicated!).

If you can understand the system, then you will be able to apply it to every ship in the game, so there won't be any need to eve-mail me and ask me what yield you would get with the skills you now have! If you do I'll spank you, m'okay?

If you need to pay any taxes on top of that (shown in the green rectangle from our screenshot above), you need to take it off now. Using our screenshot from above with a tax of 10%, we are left with:

(100%-10%) * 270 = 243 = 243 units of Tritanium

(100%-10%) * 108 = 97.2 = 97 units of Pyerite

(100%-10%) * 270 = 243 = 243 units of Isogen

So, we would end up with 243 units of Trit, 97 units of Pyer and 243 units of Isogen from our original batch of 500 in our hangar with a refining yield of 88% and a 10% tax.

If you mine named variations (+5%/+10%) of an ore, you have to factor that at the beginning of your calculations. So in our first calculation, if we are refining Silvery Omber (+5%) instead of regular Omber, we would calculate 88% of 307*1.05=322.35=322 units of Tritanium and not 88% of 307.

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