Giving a single battle's statistics is not enough to figure out an entire system.
Hey guys,
I think this problem belongs to advance algebra. I know it involves some sort of ratios. I'm trying to figure out the equation or formula to this.
Let's say that one army attacks another army in a video game. Like, one country invading another country. Player 1 attacks with certain offense points. And player 2 defends with certain defense points.
Here is the information I have:
If player 1 attacks with 15,000 offense points, and player 2 defends with 20,000 defense points, the outcome of this battle is such that player 1 will fail the attack because player 1 will lose 55% of army (that were doing the attacking) and player 2 will lose 45% of army (that were defending)
How do I come up with an equation that lets me enter the offense points from player 1 and the defense points from player 2, and then that equation lets me solve how much troops player 1 loses and player 2 loses?
Thanks. I've been spending days on this problem. I can't solve it!