This is NOT a guide, or a calculator to find levels. This calculator is the one shown after each raid (dungeon completed), explaining what every part of the calculator is.
At the end of each dungeon completed, there is a calculator that shows up. This will explain what every part of this calculator represents and how important it is.
Floor: This is equal to your prestige when you are first beginning Dungeoneering. The floor base xp will increase depending on which floor you are on. For example, if floor 2 were to give 80xp, then floor 8 would give a higher amount because it is a higher floor.
Prestige: This number is VERY important. Your prestige is how many raids you have done in a row, and the higher the prestige the more average xp you will get. When you have reached maximum floors for your level, make sure to reset your progress so that your prestige does not reset (when you redo a floor, you reset your prestige).
Average xp: This is the xp equal to Prestige divided by floor xp.
Dungeon size: This is basically what it says. If you are soloing, you can not have a greater dungeon size than small. When in a party of 2-3, your dungeon can be small or medium (16 rooms max for small, 32 rooms max for medium). When in a party 4+, you can access large dungeons (64 rooms max). If you have a good party, this modifier can help with having a greater dungeon size.
Bonus rooms: This number is also very important. When you are raiding a dungeon, always make sure that you are exploring as MANY rooms as you can, or else you get much less xp. You can earn up to +13% at the end, and this helps greatly in gaining maximum xp. Always collect the colored-shape keys and explore every room you can to your ability (obviously, if you have 60 mining and a door requires 70 mining to open, you simply can not explore that room).
Difficulty: This modifier increases with more people that join. More people will give you a better modifier.
Level mod: This modifier can reach up to +10%, and is increased when you kill all the monsters in a dungeon, make your own armor, use skills (such as fishing and mining), and collect all the keys you can.
Complexity: When you are raiding a dungeon, always make sure to have your complexity set to the highest number you can. Having a low complexity can have a penalty of up to -50% xp! If you can not reach the maximum complexity, just pick the best one you can. (You will still have a penalty of xp, but it won’t be as high).
Guide mode: Guide mode will tell you the best path for safety. If you are beginning and you do not want to kill eveything, then this might suit you, but at a cost of up to -10% xp. Do NOT have this on if you are experienced, as this will decrease your potential xp gain. To turn this off, go outside of the dungeons into Daemonheim and go to your Ring of kinship party interface. You can not be in a party to do this. From there, you can turn off guide mode.
Deaths: This modifier can have a very negative influence on you. You MUST live within the dungeons, or you will be deducted approx. 5% xp per death! If you are about to die, exit the doors and try to find a place to fish. Catch the desired fish and amount of fish you want to continue. (Note- If you want to live during boss fights, and you have a decent magic level, make the runes required for Create Gatestone and Teleport to Gatestone. You can make it anywhere you would like, and teleport there if things get too rough.
Total modifier: After all the other modifiers add up, your total modifier displays this number at the bottom. Usually, if things are done correctly, you will gain around +122%. This means 22% of your total xp will be added on top of your average xp.
Total xp: This is the xp reward given at the end of a raid depending on your modifiers, floor number, and prestige.
Tokens: Your tokens gained will be based on your total xp divided by 10. If you gained 800 xp on a dungeon, then your tokens earned would be 800/10, which is 80. The tokens gained are rounded down, so earning a total of 459 xp would give you 45 tokens, not 46.
Thanks for reading and I hope this gives you a better understanding of the calculator used during Dungeoneering.
I do not own RuneScape or any of its parts. Jagex is the official owner, and I only made this guide to help others better understand the game.