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JK Status Manager Column Load Balancer Value (V) - How is it calculated?

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Would someone please explain to me, or point me to documentation that explains, the purpose of JK Status Manager column "V" (Load Balancer Value) and how it is calculated? I would also like to know its relationship to column "F" (Load Balancer Factor).
Our load balancer on server A divides work between eight workers, with four of them on server B and four on server C. All workers have a load balancer factor of 10. The "V" column for those eight tomcats range from 47 to 164 as I write this.
I have been unable to find a description of "V" on the Apache documentation website.

Server Version: Apache/2.4.25 (Win64) mod_jk/1.2.42   Server Time: 2017-11-10 11:42:23 --500
JK Version: mod_jk/1.2.42 Unix Seconds: 1510332143

Thank you,
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