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Ryan Cunningham, the creator of i love you because, has offered one seemingly perfect, mathematical formula. In conjunction with the Drake equation, his formula helps weed out the losers from the winners before you even get to your first date:
The dating equation:
G = N ∙ fw ∙ fL∙ fA ∙fB ∙fS
G = The number of potential boyfriends/girlfriends
N = The current population total in your country
fW = The fraction of the population that is male/female (generally around 0.49 for males and 0.51 for females, but can vary)
fL = The fraction of the male/female population who live in your city
fA = The fraction of the males/females in your city who are within the appropriate age range
fM = The fraction of those who are not in a committed relationship
fB = The fraction of those you find physically attractive
fS = The fraction of those who you can actually enjoy being around
However, perhaps even more importantly, the dating equation must be used in tandem with the rebound equation. The rebound equation, when used properly, will not only help you fully heal, but it will also prevent you from falling into the same traps. This secret formula, if followed, guarantees success in your search to find the perfect someone.
The rebound equation
Rt = ARL ∙ 4 ÷ 3 + NBI ∙ WC+ B ÷ .5
RL = Relationship Length: how long you actually dated
ARL = Adjusted Relationship Length: how long it feels like you were dating
NBI = Number Boyfriend/girlfriend Index
WC = The Who broke up with whom Constant. If were dumped, multiply by 5. But if you dumped, multiply ¾
B = Bitterness factor: Rate your bitterness of a scale of 1-10
RT = Rebound Time
Cunningham says that in order to find your Mr./Miss Right you’ve got to find Mr./Miss Wrong while you’re in RT. Or you’ll repeat this cycle forever.
Go ahead. Try it. And let us know… Just where does your equation leave you?