Happy Pi Day!

Presenting:

Leverage’s Expected Value (equity regressions and gaussian eliminations)!

Big thanks to aDavid4 and Bamks for their files.

Also thanks to Foxfire for playtesting.

Enjoy!

-Leverage

Happy Pi Day!

Presenting:

Leverage’s Expected Value (equity regressions and gaussian eliminations)!

Big thanks to aDavid4 and Bamks for their files.

Also thanks to Foxfire for playtesting.

Enjoy!

-Leverage

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3.141592653 (10 digits)

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I still haven’t calculated it.

Since Leverage seems to be related Mahalanobis distance, the expected value should be similar i think.

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The pi is a ratio and is obtained from a circle.

If the diameter and the circumference of a circle are known, the value of pi will be as

π = Circumference/Diameter.

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