Shinrei

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  1. Shinrei

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Meh... go 'way & do guitar... oh! or something else entirely.
  2. Shinrei

    Aurora breaks the record and Aki weigh-in

    Glad you asked... given all values in a set are Real, sum of all values in the set, divide that by the number of values in the set. Another mnemonic – this one to the tune of the French nursery rhyme "Frère Jacques": Mean is average, mean is average, Mode is most, mode is most, Median is middle, median is middle, Range is high, minus low.
  3. Shinrei

    Aurora breaks the record and Aki weigh-in

    Until they know something like this handy mnemonic: Hey diddle diddle, the median’s the middle, You add then divide for the mean. The mode is the one that you see the most, And the range is the difference between.
  4. Shinrei

    Aki Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Perhaps more boggling to some - no post-match appeal process?
  5. Shinrei

    Aki Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Not just sumo gamers either.
  6. Shinrei

    Aki Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Closer in quality and results of performance. Not a bad or negative thing, just a thing. Mediocre on what scale?
  7. Shinrei

    Aki 2018

    Q1 is short for Question #1. Hitting the wall, in this case, means the wrestler will be demoted back to the lower tier after this tournament. Missing it, the wrestler will be ranked in the current tier for the next tournament.
  8. Shinrei

    Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    @ryafuji :: thanks for your insight
  9. Shinrei

    Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Sansho observation / missed opportunity... Asanoyama, M13, 11 wins, highest-ranked opponent was M3 (Takakeisho) Takakeisho, M3, 10 wins, defeated both Ozeki, a Sekiwake, and Asanoyama (sigh)
  10. Kudos of amusement for your Rank description. (Ura, and up he rises - ear-ly in the morning.)

  11. If it is worth my time to watch, spoilers won't matter.
  12. Shinrei

    Preparations of the Y/O- July 2018

    With his promotion to ozeki, I'm looking forward to see how well he holds his new . . . post.
  13. Shinrei

    Banzuke for Nagoya 2018

    Well, you weren't alone...
  14. Shinrei

    GTB - Nagoyim 2018 Basho - + Results!!

    First attempt, a meager 44 points. Koteko's promotion was less than I'd thought. Onosho, 12-3 from J1w, gets M11. Kotoeko, 11-4 from J2e, gets (only) M14?!? Ryuden's demotion was worse than I'd thought. Chiyomaru, 5-10 from M7, gets M10 (which I got correct - yay me). Ryuden, 3-12 from M7, gets slammed down to M15?!? For the most part, most of my misses were off by only one rank, so there's that consolation.
  15. Shinrei

    Wakaichiro from Texas

    West Sandanme 94 for Nagoya. http://www.sumo.or.jp/EnHonbashoBanzuke/index/