**How do I get Stars?**[]

There are four different ways to generate stars:

- Unlocking achievements.
- Completing a minigame.
- Tapping the equation. Each tap has a 0.04% chance of generating a star.
- Idling. Each tick has sqrt(dt) * 0.004% chance of generating a star.

**What is the optimal Auto Prestige db/b ratio?**[]

It depends on the current stage of the game. I recommend waiting for db to slow down, calculate the db/b ratio, lowering it a bit, then setting the ratio to this calculated value. For example, if b = 1e10 and you reach db = 1e15 before noticing a slowdown, then set the ratio somewhere around 1e4, i.e., 1e15/1e10 = 1e5, then lowered to 1e4.

**What does the 'ee' notation stands for?**[]

The 'ee' notation is an extension of the scientific notation. In the scientific notation, the 'e' means "10 to the power of what follows". The same meaning can be applied when there are multiple 'e'. Some examples:

- 4e30 = 4 * 10^30.
- ee51.293 = 10^(10^51.293). Note: parentheses are important here.
- ee3.5 = 10^(10^3.5) = 10^3162.28 = 1.9 * 10
^{3162}= 1.9e3162

**Can you add** **'insert name here'** **as a minigame?**[]

**'insert name here'**

Here's a rule of thumb for deciding if a new minigame could be included: If most people know it, it probably won't be included. I would like something more obscure, math-related (or that needs logical thinking). I don't want e^{x} to become one of these 500-games NES cartridge. I would like people to discover something new.

**What is the rule for the 2^n factor in variable levels?**[]

n starts at 0 and increases by one at level 10 and 25 (after buying 10 and 25 times)

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Then, it increases every 25 levels until level 1500

Then, it increases every 50 levels until level 6000

Then, it increases every 100 levels until level 10000

Then, it increases every 200 levels until level 24000

Finally, it increases every 400 levels forever

**Why does the 'Test an Expression' display 'False' or 'True'?**[]

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Entering expressions such as ***1+2** will display the result as a number. However, expressions like **1<2** do not result in a number. In these cases, it will instead display whether the condition is **True** or **False**. When testing a condition for auto-prestige, **False** means that a Prestige would not be triggered given the current state of the game, and **True** would trigger a Prestige.

**Should I aim for the next Supremacy upgrade in a single Supremacy?**[]

Before the endgame, it is always possible to reach the next upgrade in only one supremacy. However, it is usually more efficient to do multiple (2 or 3) smaller Supremacy to reach it. The currency itself doesn't provide a bonus unless you can afford an upgrade. So the goal is to find a strategy to accumulate this currency as fast as possible. It's true that since the currency grows exponentially with f(t), you gain more by going from f(t)=ee50 to ee51 than going from f(t)=ee4 to ee5. However, after some time, it gets really hard to gain another ee1, so you will end up spending more time grinding the last bits of the higher f(t) than if you simply did a supremacy, gained your currency, and went back up again at a faster pace.