# Superbowl score ratios

franktaw at netscape.net franktaw at netscape.net
Thu Feb 22 11:18:12 CET 2007

```First of all, these aren't ratios, they're just pairs of numbers.  If
they were ratios, the first one would be 7/2 instead of 35/10.

Second, you have chosen to arrange these so that one sequence is the
winner's score, and the other is the loser's.  But you could just as
well arrange it with one sequence being the NFC/NFL team's score, and
the other the AFC/AFL team's.

Third, why start with the Super Bowl?  Why not include NFL championship
games from the years before there was a Super Bowl?  (Of course, this

Fourth, this would open up a whole can of worms.  If we allow it, why
not:
* games won by the losing team in the nth World Series.
* winning and losing scores in the nth World Cup final.
* Number of gold medals won by the United States in the nth modern
Olympics.
* etc., etc., etc.

All in all, I think this is a bad idea.

-----Original Message-----
From: jvospost3 at gmail.com

a(n)/b(n) = Numerators/denominators of winner/loser points ratio of
Superbowl(n).

35/10, 33/14, 16/7, 23/7, 16/13, 24/3, 14/7, 24/7, 16/6, 21/17, 32/14,
27/10, 35/31, 31/19, 27/10, 26/21, 27/17, 38/9, 38/16, 46/10, 39/20,
42/10, 20/16, 55/10, 20/19, 37/24, 52/17, 30/13, 49/26, 27/17, 35/21,
31/24, 34/19, 23/16, 34/7, 20/17, 48/21, 32/29, 24/21, 21/10

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