If I am correct, you are updating the Greek Ikariam wiki, in particular the Buildings pages? If so, you may want to add the Building Construction time formula in place of what I have for the time needed to upgraded the buildings. I will soon be changing all of our building upgrade times to use the formula, when I finish the 99,999,999 other project on this wiki.
Sadly, we do not have the formula for the Sea Chart Archive nor the Pirate Fortress, as they are the 2 newest buildings and were added after the person that figured out the formulas had quit editing the wiki.
If you do use the formula, be sure to check each level's accumulated time as they may be off by a second from using the OLD way of getting the time which was cumbersome and was easily lost during the process.
The Build Time formula is 100% correct except where it is noted. (The lower levels of a few buildings were added to the in-game tutorial and had their build times reduced as a result)
I only mention this as it will save you time in the LONG run.
My intention is to create a standard page of the wiki with this table of coeffients.
I managed to figure out the coeffients for Sea Chart Archive but the Pirates don't follow any formula. If you see the chart created from the times and levels it is fuzzy.
I copied your numbers for the Sea Chart Archive and the Black Market over to my wiki -- On the Sea Chart Archive for the last coefficient you have 504,5 should that be 504.5 on the English wiki? Some places you put a dot/period and that one you put a comma so I was not quite sure ( I put a dot/period instead of the comma)
It is not for me - I understood when you first replied and told me
You have to take joe public is not so smart and you have to E X P L A I N every little item in great detail - so I put in the other Mathmatical ORDER OF OPERATIONS symbols so that there is NO CONFUSION what so ever by anyone that reads the formula
I just did not know how to do some of the stuff in <math> ...</math> before and now that I do I updated it to me more complete!
Yes, but when you use curly brackets to imply rounded result of a formula, this is, by far, much more confusing.
If you do change the initial meaning of the symbols, you should explain what you mean with them after this.
If we hadn't had this conversation and I was reading the accumulated time formula, as it is now, nothing would tell me that the result of the formula should be rounded and that the denominator of the fraction should round before the division with the numerator.
Anyway, for me the way the formula is written now is really confusing but maybe I am not the average user so, let it be so... :)