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I've asked this, but my score has been going down. I'm not really caring about it, but I still want to know why.

Thanks! :P

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 Mar 22, 2019
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I believe it has something to do with people adding hearts to your responses.

 

Also, I've replied to your feedback here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/check-4-me-plz#r2

 Mar 22, 2019
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I believe It has to do with people thumbing down your posts,

 Mar 22, 2019
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Just posting 'something' should not be a way to garner 'points'.   If you post an original answer to a question (SIGNIFIGANTLY different method than a previous answer)....or you post a decent MATH question...you should get a point or two....nothing else should 'score'....you shouldn't get NEGATIVE points unless you post obnoxious or derogatory things.

 Mar 22, 2019
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can you guys help me with this question here?: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/check-4-me-plz#r2

Guest Mar 22, 2019
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You have to post a asnwer or question or people will down vote you if there just rude and second there is a troll who acts as if he is a supper hero on the sight he down votes stuff that is not questions or answers mainly because he wants people to be sad

Nickolas  Mar 23, 2019
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Or if the troll gets you and you only have 1 or 2 votes he can drain you down on those votes I have like 8 and 12 hearts on votes of mine he cant hit me as hard 

Nickolas  Mar 23, 2019
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Yeah, I've seen it happen to me too. One vote might not seem like much, but the troll searches up the person's profile and repeatedly thumbs down each post. Usually I have 0-2 thumbs ups for most of my math responses, but the troll keeps on disliking my posts every hour. I have noticed that the same person can downvote or upvote the same post; he or she just has to wait a couple of hours before the program forgets that the user has already voted. That's what happened when I had around 850 one day, and when I checked later in the evening, I was down to 700. I don't know why this person is doing it, and honestly I think it's a bit dissapointing for the user to find out that they have lost 50 status points in a few minutes. 

 

(And I think the troll doesn't have anything to do in his/her life, so he/she just feasts on other people's likes)

 

- PM

PartialMathematician  Mar 24, 2019
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Same here PM!

CoolStuffYT  Apr 1, 2019

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