Net banana = total bananas accumulated minus total bananas lost. You also may include other factors into your net banana score, if they're reasonable. Such as on the positive side of the equation, you can include bananas you expect to gain in the upcoming timeframe, or on the negative side, include bananas that you owe to other people. For example: if 555 has 7 bananas, he's about to get 2 more bananas, but he just spent 4 bananas and he owes Jet BANANA 9 bananas, that's (7+2)-(4+9) bananas, resulting in a net banana score of -4.

Net banana = total bananas accumulated minus total bananas lost. You also may include other factors into your net banana score, if they're reasonable. Such as on the positive side of the equation, you can include bananas you expect to gain in the upcoming timeframe, or on the negative side, include bananas that you owe to other people. For example: if 555 has 7 bananas, he's about to get 2 more bananas, but he just spent 4 bananas and he owes Jet BANANA 9 bananas, that's (7+2)-(4+9) bananas, resulting in a net banana score of -4.

It's theoretically possible to count gross bananas. Actually, I think that it's already part of the formula for net bananas. To simplify it, maybe use this formula:

Net banana score = (0 + [Gross banana score] - [Loss of bananas score]) / 1

It's theoretically possible to count gross bananas. Actually, I think that it's already part of the formula for net bananas. To simplify it, maybe use this formula:
Net banana score = (0 + [Gross banana score] - [Loss of bananas score]) / 1
Maybe a more in-depth look would look like this:
Net banana score = (0 + [{Bananas gained} + {Bananas expected}] - [{Bananas lost} + {Bananas owed}]) / 1