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What is D/L

Szezzer 4 years ago • updated by meir1 2 years ago 20

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D/L mean Death/Loss. It shows how good you perform in battle.
Example: You killed 5 tanks and died once. Your D/L is 5
You killed 6 tanks. You died 4 times. Your D/L is 1,5.
I hope you understand. If not, tell me why.
- TygrCZ
D/L is your destroyed to loss ratio
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D/L mean Death/Loss. It shows how good you perform in battle.
Example: You killed 5 tanks and died once. Your D/L is 5
You killed 6 tanks. You died 4 times. Your D/L is 1,5.
I hope you understand. If not, tell me why.
- TygrCZ
it is destroy Bro!
death=lost :/
Yea but for other tanks!
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Thanks TygrCZ!! i understand
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D/L is a ratio of the enemy tanks destroyed by you to the the no of times you got destroyed by enemy's 
The D/L is a combination of the tanks that you destroyed(kills) and your losses(when YOU got destroyed). GOOD LUCK IN THE GAME!!!
The D/L is Destroy/Loss.
For example, if you have 1 Destroy and 2 Loss it gonna show you .50
So, it always shows you the rate of how many tanks you destroyed.
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D/L, also known as K/D (Kills/Deaths ratio), which is calculated by Deaths = Kills ÷ Losses=Times you died. For example 33 Kills and 100 losses will give you 0.33 as your D/L
"33 Kills and 10 losses will give you 0.33 as your D/L".
Change "D/L" to "DLR(same as KDR(kills/deaths ratio))"
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D/L is a ratio of Kill and Death. You can calculate it by dividing Kills by Deaths.
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D=Destroy(number of enemy tanks you destroyed) and L=loss(number of times you got destroyed by others)
D/L is the ratio of Kill and death.You can calculate it by this formula :-
Number of kills made ÷Number of times you got destroyed
Death and loss ratio
for e.g. you get 10 kills and 2 deaths, so you ÷ 2 by 10
The answer is 5 and that is your D/L




DL = The tanks you destroyed divided by your loses ( deaths ).
Your D/L is the ratio between the amount of kills and deaths. The number is represented by a decimal. The higher, supposedely the better... (not if you're using supplies)
D/L or Death/Loss is the same as K/D or Kills/Deaths. It is normal for some people to be confused with the "D" on D/L with the "K" on K/D as the might mislead people into confusion. It is normal for this to happen as the term D/L isn't used much compared with K/D. 

I hope this help u guys :P