Meaning of Reading Widest at Broad Network
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To read wide is to read as many articles as possible, in as many categories as possible. Your total number of articles read in the different categories is determined. This total is multiplied by the number of categories read. Let us look at the cases of two readers:
Assume that John has read in the following way for one week (the numbers are number of readings):
Category A: 576
Category B: 100
Category C: 50
Category D: 10
Giving a total of 736 readings. This total is multiplied by the number of cagetories read, which is 4 to give 2,944 points. So John's wide-reading scores 2,944 points.
Assume that Peter has read in the following way for one week (the numbers are number of readings):
Category A: 240
Category B: 70
Category C: 70
Category D: 70
Category E: 70
Category F: 70
Giving a total of 590 readings. This total is multiplied by the number of cagetories read, which in this case is 6 to give 3,540 points. So Peter's wide-reading scores 3,540 points.
Note that John had more readings than Peter, but Peter had more points than John. John read only in 4 categories, while Peter read in 6 categories. If these same trends continue in 3 months, Peter is the one who will be paid.
So, wide reading is total number of readings in categories read, multiplied by the number of categories read.
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