if 0 is ranked 1.33
and 300 is ranked .9 than
it went down 0.43 in 300.
so were r is rank and d is distance
and
for 0
for 300
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I apologize,I don't know what the proper name for what I'm trying to achieve is...
Let's say I have a set of distances between 0 and 300. One of those distances is 25.33.
Then I have another ranking scale that ranges between 1.3 and 0.9 that is used as an exponent.
I want to choose the ranking exponent based on the distance. So if distance is 0 then it is ranked at 1.3 and if the distance is 300 it is ranked at 0.9.
How do I find what ranking exponent to use for a distance of 25.33? Not specifically this number, but the math that would let me calculate it for any number between 0 and 300...
Thanks for any help!
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