# 1+1=3!

#### rachluvsbhg

##### Full Member
I'm struggling with pp's calculations when something is 1pp but if u have 2 lots of the item it's 3pps. Eg ww bread 1 slice = 1 pp but 2 slices = 3pps. What if I have a slice of bread in the morn which is 1pp then 1 in the afternoon which 1pp. Does that = 2 or 3?!!

#### Sneeze

##### Silver Member
Personally I point it all within a 24 hour period so would point one in the morning, then one in the evening as 3pp.

#### JuicyMango

##### Full Member
I read something about this yesterday - basically, 1 slice could be 1.4pp but it gets rounded down, but if it was 1.5pp it would get rounded up. Therefore, 2 slices would be 2.8, which = 3pp. Annoying though!

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#### Littlemizz

##### Full Member
In the same day I would defo take 3pp even if I had not eaten them together

#### pudnpie

##### Silver Member
On the online tracker, if you have two slices in the same meal it will round it up (ie 3pps if you have two for breakfast). It won't if you have them at separate meals (ie 1pp for one at breakfast and 1pp for one at dinner).

#### Skinny Doll

##### Banned
It's because there are no HALF points like the old programme so we're rounding UP i'm afraid...

Irene xx

#### rachluvsbhg

##### Full Member
Thanx for all the replies.

Bottom line is ..... Warburtons crumpets r only worth the points if u have 1. Gutted. Also wondering wot else I've been calculating inaccurately. Should I calculate everything rather than just doubling it if I have twice as much? Or is it mainly processed food?

Rach

#### michellem162

##### Full Member
it is 3 pp bcoz they make it like that incase 1 slice is thicker than the other so the extra point makes up 4 it

IreneH said: