If you measure a specific Activity Strain, the Strain for that time period starts at 0 and goes up from there. Therefore, Day Strain is not the total of your Activities instead it is your total Strain for the day (not a linear calculation but rather, logarithmic). It is possible mathematically, due to logarithmic growth, to end up with activity strains that are higher individually then your total day strain.
Why is the sum of my activity Strain lower than my Day Strain?
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