Hm I remembered how to use python correctly. There are 120 people faster at megaminx than 4x4, roughly what I expected.
After finding this I checked a few more ridiculous comparisons:
There are 9 people faster at 7x7x7 than megaminx.
There are 7 people (including 2013FENG02) faster at 7x7x7...
Obviously information about the probability distribution of your times is necessary. If each time is 12.00 with probability 1, then obviously all your averages will also be 12.00. If you somehow know your distribution, a Monte Carlo simulation would probably be the best way to compute the...
PB singles are fun lmao
Scramble: R' B' U' B2 D2 R2 D L2 U F2 L2 U2 L2 U2 R' U L2 D L' B2 L2
x2 L F' R' D R2 D D cross
U U R' U' R first pair
U' R U' R' U R U R' second pair
y' U' R U R' U' R U R' U' R U R' third pair
L' U L fourth pair
U U' U' R U R' U R U' U' R' LL
46 ETM/7.45 seconds=6.17 ETPS
8.24 PB 3x3 single:
Scramble: R2 L' U' F U' R' U' L2 F2 L2 F D2 F D2 F' L2 F2 D2 R2 L
z2 D2' L2 D' L' R2 //xcross
y2 U R U' R' U U y' R' U' R //pair 2
y' R U R' U y' R' U' R //pair 3
y U' L' U L U' U' L' U L //pair 4
U R U U R' U' R U R' U' R U' R' //LL
43 moves/8.24 seconds=5.22 ETPS
Max was top on 3-7 and OH, Daniel Karnaukh on 2x2, Paul Taylor on 3bld, DRL on feet, Alexei Sinyavin on Mega, Adriel Wiebe on Pyra and Skewb, Mathieu Hudon on clock, and Jackey Zheng on Squan so it was really a team effort. In particular Alexei was improtant cuz DRL is beatable at Mega.