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    Hello,
    I'm new and i can't find any informations about crafting Time.
    Currently my craft Time is 3 hours , how is this calculated ? What's the limit ?
    (Im lvl 31 btw)

  • #2
    The exact ratio I don't know, my guess is that it follows kind of a logarithmic function being 24 hours the maximum (not an asymptote), as at iLvl 70 crafting time is 1 day.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by hades0505 View Post
      The exact ratio I don't know, my guess is that it follows kind of a logarithmic function being 24 hours the maximum (not an asymptote), as at iLvl 70 crafting time is 1 day.
      I don't remember ever learning the word "asymptote". I love learning new words and this one is a gem. Or is that gemstone?
      I never know what I'll learn here. Thanks hades.
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      • #4
        At least that's how we called it in maths. They are the horizontal, vertical or oblique lines that a function never crosses although it's limits are extremely close to it. For example, vertical asymptotes are calculated as the limit from the left and the right when X approximates a number (a). If the limit equals +- infinite, a is an asymptote. e.g. the function f(x)= 1/(x+5) has a vertical asymptote in a=5.
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        • #5
          Thanks for your answer

          Have a good day !

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          • #6
            Originally posted by hades0505 View Post
            At least that's how we called it in maths. They are the horizontal, vertical or oblique lines that a function never crosses although it's limits are extremely close to it. For example, vertical asymptotes are calculated as the limit from the left and the right when X approximates a number (a). If the limit equals +- infinite, a is an asymptote. e.g. the function f(x)= 1/(x+5) has a vertical asymptote in a=5.
            It's a=-5.
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            • #7
              And that's why I shouldn't post while being under effects of... just kidding, thx for the correction.
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