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I need some help.

I have the formula for the Parabolic rate of Pokemon growth.

1.2(Level^3)-15(Level^2)+100Level-140=Experience

I was wondering if anyone here could help me find the Level variable by using the inverse of this formula, or more simply, what is the inverse of this formula. I am only a geometry student and have had only Algebra I as another high school math (10th grade courses at my school stink like dead skunk), so any help would be appreciated.

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Thanks for the formula

And even if you're in geometry, like me, it shouldn't be that hard to figure it out Just get L by itself with a lot of division and sq. rtz and crack....... it'll be complex, but youll get it.

EDIT: Er.. what would change in the formula between pokemon that reach L100 at different amounts of experience - like some with 800,000, some with 1,000,000, etc..

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I have most of these formula's memorized.

Fast

.8(Level^3)

Medium

Level^3

Slow

1.25(Level^3)

You already have the Parabolic rate above.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks.

Makes sense.

^_^

I'll probably put that in the formula section at pokemon justice... with credits to mleo2003

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