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1. ## Min/Max Point Velocity

Hi there, So I'm trying to fit the point velocity attribute range from 0-1. In my test scene, I have a simple RBD sphere shooting upwards and slowly slows down once landed. I'm using the length of velocity, promote it to detail attribute with min and max v and imported the detail attributes in a second wrangler where I fit it in an attribute called @speed, the issue is instead of @speed going from 0-1, it always starts at 0.5? Or is my setup wrong? Thanks. *hip file attached* min_max_v.hip
2. ## fit expression

so im trying to create a normalized slider from 0 to 1. Where i want the 0 to be -8.66 and 1 the 8.66. If I move the slider normalized dist, the resulting value does not change. What am i missing here
3. ## Fit range confusion

Hi, I was watching a tutorial and the instructor used negative value in fit range node's source min parameter and then he said that as there is a negative value in source min so he will have to flip the the destination min to 1 and destination max to 0. I don't know why we must do that. Can anybody please explain the math behind this? Fit Range Node's details: source min = -5, source max = 1, destination min = 1, destination max = 0. in the value parameter he takes some random attribute that ranges from -5 to 5 based on the point numbers.
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