So, I’m positive 910 kills, and my friend is positive 931 kills. How is it that my K/D is 1.05, and his is 1.60?

I’m sure there’s something obvious I’m missing here, and I’m going to feel awfully stupid when someone explains this to me xD

Maybe because you get 10.93 kills and 10.41 deaths per game, but I don’t really know. I bet someone else will be able to tell you.

> Maybe because you get <mark>10.93 kills and 10.41</mark> deaths per game, but I don’t really know. I bet someone else will be able to tell you.

What? Where did you see that? I go positive in 90% of my games.

This is a sad day for math…

> This is a sad day for math…
>
> K/D stands for Kills divided by Deaths. Your spread is irrelevant.

Oh, God! I’m sorry, math!

For some reason, thought it was based on spread, lol. Thanks for clearing that up xD

> This is a sad day for math…
>
> K/D stands for Kills divided by Deaths. Your spread is irrelevant.

This. If I have 5000 kills and 4900 deaths, and my friend has 500 kills and 400 deaths (both +100 spreads), my friend would have a k/d of 1.25, while I would have a k/d of 1.02.

Math…America’s most hated enemy subject