"Jump Efficiency Theory". I am young so please no mocking. This is a theory i have created that judges how efficient a jump is with respect to a specific distance. This theory is going to be used mainly for the Long Jump sport. For example lets say you have to jump across a whole with a distance of 15m. And you jump with a height of 10m and a velocity of 1m/s. Now to know if your going to jump across the whole , you are going to have to calculate how efficient your jump is with respect to this distance of 15m. Now efficiency = (V*h)/d(Velocity * Height / distance) = (10*1)/15=0.666666 I came up with the equation because usually when you want succeed in jumping over a specific distance , you are going to have to jump with a very high height and with a very high speed. Now if the efficiency of the jump is less than 1 , then your jump isn't efficient and you aren't going to pass through that specific distance but if it's higher than 1 , you will succeed. Now remember , this is only a theory and i am only a 13-year-old boy with a passion for physics so it's probably wrong. What do you think?