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Logarithmic Suck Factor.MP4

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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2010

This is an improvement on the Relative Suck Factor. Here's an example of how logarithms can be used to linearize a scale. Relative Suck Factor (RSF) started as a joke by people who were comparing the undesirability of two possible choices. RSF is fine, but it is highly non-linear. Using logarithms to form the Logarithmic Suck Factor (LSF) solves the problem

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