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Post by Ashernoel » January 21st, 2018, 8:36 pm

Now that we are post-MIT, #beatTroy2018 is becoming a thing and a lot of big invitationals are coming up. Here is a forum for keeping track of the crazy scores.

I know that in IL, GBS won uChicago and Conant with 1150. And in Boston, Troy won MIT with a "perfect." (1500? 1600?)
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Post by ScottMaurer19 » January 22nd, 2018, 6:47 am

All I will say is that Troy completely crushed me if their scores were actually that high.
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Post by Unome » January 22nd, 2018, 6:49 am

Ashernoel wrote:Now that we are post-MIT, #beatTroy2018 is becoming a thing and a lot of big invitationals are coming up. Here is a forum for keeping track of the crazy scores.

I know that in IL, GBS won uChicago and Conant with 1150. And in Boston, Troy won MIT with a "perfect." (1500? 1600?)
1600 might be impossible. 1450-1500 seems likely for Troy. I expect Solon (2nd) was around 1250-1300, but I'm not certain.
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Post by Ashernoel » January 22nd, 2018, 7:01 am

ScottMaurer19 wrote:All I will say is that Troy completely crushed me if their scores were actually that high.
Sorry, I’m only estimating by trying to find the biggest possible numbers on the spreadsheet for what perfect could mean...

It is likely that the didn’t win by more than 100 points..
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Post by ScottMaurer19 » January 22nd, 2018, 7:06 am

Ashernoel wrote:
ScottMaurer19 wrote:All I will say is that Troy completely crushed me if their scores were actually that high.
Sorry, I’m only estimating by trying to find the biggest possible numbers on the spreadsheet for what perfect could mean...

It is likely that the didn’t win by more than 100 points..
Ehhhhh
In theory they could've had a chemical timer, super small dimensions, starting, final, and all 12 transfers, and gotten around 1600 fairly easily.

Which is a bit more than 100 points...
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Rocks: 1/1/1

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Herp: 1/4/4
Mission: 1/1/6
Rocks: 1/1/1
Eco: 6/3/9

2019 (r/s/n):
Fossils: 1/1/1
GLM: 1/1/1
Herp: 1/1/5
Mission: 1/1/3
WS: 4/1/10

Top 3 Medals: 144
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Re: Scores

Post by Unome » January 22nd, 2018, 7:20 am

ScottMaurer19 wrote:
Ashernoel wrote:
ScottMaurer19 wrote:All I will say is that Troy completely crushed me if their scores were actually that high.
Sorry, I’m only estimating by trying to find the biggest possible numbers on the spreadsheet for what perfect could mean...

It is likely that the didn’t win by more than 100 points..
Ehhhhh
In theory they could've had a chemical timer, super small dimensions, starting, final, and all 12 transfers, and gotten around 1600 fairly easily.

Which is a bit more than 100 points...
In theory... ok. But full size with everything else perfect still gives 1450-1500, depending on the length of the timer (I think 1500 requires a theoretical 120 second chemical timer, if my math is correct).
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Re: Scores

Post by ScottMaurer19 » January 22nd, 2018, 7:37 am

Unome wrote:
ScottMaurer19 wrote:
Ashernoel wrote:
Sorry, I’m only estimating by trying to find the biggest possible numbers on the spreadsheet for what perfect could mean...

It is likely that the didn’t win by more than 100 points..
Ehhhhh
In theory they could've had a chemical timer, super small dimensions, starting, final, and all 12 transfers, and gotten around 1600 fairly easily.

Which is a bit more than 100 points...
In theory... ok. But full size with everything else perfect still gives 1450-1500, depending on the length of the timer (I think 1500 requires a theoretical 120 second chemical timer, if my math is correct).
ASL: 100
Set up in 30 min: 50
12 Scorable actions: 600
Starting: 100
Final: 250
1 battery: 100
60 Second Target time: 120
140 second Chemical timer: 280
20x20x15 cm device: 135
115 seconds past target time: -115
Total: 1620
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Hydro: 3/5/18
Robot Arm: na/1/1
Rocks: 1/1/1

2018 (r/s/n):
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Herp: 1/4/4
Mission: 1/1/6
Rocks: 1/1/1
Eco: 6/3/9

2019 (r/s/n):
Fossils: 1/1/1
GLM: 1/1/1
Herp: 1/1/5
Mission: 1/1/3
WS: 4/1/10

Top 3 Medals: 144
Golds: 80

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Re: Scores

Post by Unome » January 22nd, 2018, 8:34 am

ScottMaurer19 wrote:
Unome wrote:
ScottMaurer19 wrote: Ehhhhh
In theory they could've had a chemical timer, super small dimensions, starting, final, and all 12 transfers, and gotten around 1600 fairly easily.

Which is a bit more than 100 points...
In theory... ok. But full size with everything else perfect still gives 1450-1500, depending on the length of the timer (I think 1500 requires a theoretical 120 second chemical timer, if my math is correct).
ASL: 100
Set up in 30 min: 50
12 Scorable actions: 600
Starting: 100
Final: 250
1 battery: 100
60 Second Target time: 120
140 second Chemical timer: 280
20x20x15 cm device: 135
115 seconds past target time: -115
Total: 1620
I didn't include space in my analysis (and in all honesty find it improbable that anyone could fit all 12 tasks and a good chemical timer in 20x20x15). However I did forget about the fact that the timer can run up to 180 seconds (I only counted up to 120 seconds, for some reason).
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Re: Scores

Post by ScottMaurer19 » January 22nd, 2018, 8:47 am

Unome wrote:
ScottMaurer19 wrote:
Unome wrote: In theory... ok. But full size with everything else perfect still gives 1450-1500, depending on the length of the timer (I think 1500 requires a theoretical 120 second chemical timer, if my math is correct).
ASL: 100
Set up in 30 min: 50
12 Scorable actions: 600
Starting: 100
Final: 250
1 battery: 100
60 Second Target time: 120
140 second Chemical timer: 280
20x20x15 cm device: 135
115 seconds past target time: -115
Total: 1620
I didn't include space in my analysis (and in all honesty find it improbable that anyone could fit all 12 tasks and a good chemical timer in 20x20x15). However I did forget about the fact that the timer can run up to 180 seconds (I only counted up to 120 seconds, for some reason).
Space adds quite a bit of points. Those dimensions are probably near impossible to acheive but that would be pretty much the optimal device IMO.

Now an impossible perfect score (invitational target time) is
ASL: 100
Set up in 30 min: 50
12 Scorable actions: 600
Starting: 100
Final: 250
1 battery: 100
60 Second Target time: 120
180 second Chemical timer: 360
0x0x0 cm device: 180
120 seconds past target time: -120
Total: 1740
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2017 (r/s/n):
Hydro: 3/5/18
Robot Arm: na/1/1
Rocks: 1/1/1

2018 (r/s/n):
Heli: 2/1/7 
Herp: 1/4/4
Mission: 1/1/6
Rocks: 1/1/1
Eco: 6/3/9

2019 (r/s/n):
Fossils: 1/1/1
GLM: 1/1/1
Herp: 1/1/5
Mission: 1/1/3
WS: 4/1/10

Top 3 Medals: 144
Golds: 80

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Re: Scores

Post by Unome » January 22nd, 2018, 9:10 am

ScottMaurer19 wrote:0x0x0 cm device: 180
Speaking of device size, about how much would you say is reasonably possible? I've been estimating 40x30x20 for a device that has everything else, but I'm really just guessing.
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