Platinum

03-03-2013, 02:37 AM

Yay! we passed the 100,000 thousand forum post milestone!

Let's do some math!

Threads-7,772

Posts- 100,003

Users- 2,328

Average posts per thread = 12.86 posts per thread (Posts / Threads)

Average posts per user = 42.95 posts per user (Posts / Users)

Posts per year = 14,285.71 posts per year (Posts / 7)

Posts per month = 1,190.51 posts per month (Posts per year / 12)

Posts per week = 274.71 posts per week (Posts per year / 52)

Posts per day = 39.24 posts per day (Posts per year / 364)

Posts per hour = 1.62 posts per hour (Posts per year / 8765.81)

Posts per minute = 0.027 posts per minute (Posts per year / 525949)

Posts per second = 4.529743784880771e-4 per second (Posts per year / 31536000)

Posts per millisecond = 4.529743784880771e-7 per millisecond (Posts per year / 31536000000)

Posts per Microsecond = 4.529743784880771e-10 per microsecond (Posts per year / 31536000000000)

Posts per nanosecond = 4.529743784880771e-13 per nanosecond (Posts per year / 31536000000000000)

And yes, I'm bored. Thank god for scientific notation.

Let's do some math!

Threads-7,772

Posts- 100,003

Users- 2,328

Average posts per thread = 12.86 posts per thread (Posts / Threads)

Average posts per user = 42.95 posts per user (Posts / Users)

Posts per year = 14,285.71 posts per year (Posts / 7)

Posts per month = 1,190.51 posts per month (Posts per year / 12)

Posts per week = 274.71 posts per week (Posts per year / 52)

Posts per day = 39.24 posts per day (Posts per year / 364)

Posts per hour = 1.62 posts per hour (Posts per year / 8765.81)

Posts per minute = 0.027 posts per minute (Posts per year / 525949)

Posts per second = 4.529743784880771e-4 per second (Posts per year / 31536000)

Posts per millisecond = 4.529743784880771e-7 per millisecond (Posts per year / 31536000000)

Posts per Microsecond = 4.529743784880771e-10 per microsecond (Posts per year / 31536000000000)

Posts per nanosecond = 4.529743784880771e-13 per nanosecond (Posts per year / 31536000000000000)

And yes, I'm bored. Thank god for scientific notation.