Well, I was playing on my Tier 6 French heavy, "ARL 44," and I had two XP Boosts active, along with another Op that gave me an XP boost. Now, we lost and I got 713 XP. With my boosts that was increased to 4,456. Pretty decent, but I started really thinking about the numbers and I did some calculations trying to figure out exactly how 713 became 4,456. I had a bonus op for 400% xp, plus another op for 300%, along with a minor 125%. Well, to me it'd make sense to just add those all together. Obviously the 125% would add to the 300%/400% as just 25%, right? Correct me if I'm wrong. Anyway, all added together, it comes out to 725%. Yet, 713 multiplied by 725% is 5,169, not 4,456. What DOES equal 4,456 is 713×625%. But how would my overall XP boost be 625% and not 725%? I'm genuinely curious as to how XP boosts add up now, so if I'm just missing something, please let me know.

Thank you.

**Edited by SnakeDoctor02, Jan 16 2019 - 06:07.**