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* A multiplier to force limit has the same effect as a reciprocal multiplier to maintenance. | * A multiplier to force limit has the same effect as a reciprocal multiplier to maintenance. | ||

* The number of units that can be fielded for a fixed maintenance cost grows as the square root of the force limit. | * The number of units that can be fielded for a fixed maintenance cost grows as the square root of the force limit. | ||

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+ | For a navy of pure light ships, the total maintenance cost is instead | ||

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+ | <math>\text{total maintenance cost} = \text{average base maintenance}\cdot\text{number of units}\cdot\left(\text{max(force limit ratio, 1)}\right)^2</math> | ||

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+ | In this case, when above the force limit: | ||

+ | * A multiplier to force limit has the same effect as a reciprocal squared multiplier to maintenance. | ||

+ | * The number of units that can be fielded for a fixed maintenance cost grows as the cube root of the force limit. | ||

== Footnotes == | == Footnotes == |