Are as follows:

$3 + $0.4 = 13.3%
$6 + $0.5 = 8.3%
$15 + $1 = 6.6%
$25 + $2 = 8%
$35 + $3 = 8.5%
$55 + $5 = 9.1%
$210 + $15 = 7.1%
$1050 + $50 = 4.7%
$2100 + $90 = 4.2%

Strange curve if we mapped it on a graph right? I'm by no means complaining btw, only the $3s exceed the standard 10%, it just seems weird that its only 6.6% at the 16s but 9.1% at the 60s for example. I think I was just expecting a more constant kind of figure; with the exception of the huge buyins being under 5%.