I understand you want to make your own program. I also understand you're 19 so there's probably a voice in your head telling you that you know best. Neither of these factors will help you much.
Don't reinvent the wheel. Listen to us, we're actually trying to help.
You're not the first person who wants to make your own program, you won't be the last, and you'll realise down the track that using a proven system works better. Try to take a useful shortcut and just use a proven program.
Calculation is rarely reflected in reality. What you're doing in weeks six to nine will progressively beat the hell out of you, assuming those numbers you put up are really your maxes (read below before you get angry, I'm not saying you're lying).
This alone is a massive reason not to design your own program.
One reason I say this is that it takes a while to learn what a max really is. I think it took me maybe two years. I at suspect you haven't yet, because I don't think ANYONE who knows what a max really is would even dream of programming four to five singles at 100%.
If you hit your true 100%, you won't be able to do another single at that weight, let alone another four. Even your week eight with doubles at 95% are iffy.
The same applies to what you want to do in your hypertrophy phase.
Different story if you work from a training max (85-90% of your max). Then what you put down could work reasonably well, but not as well as a proven program like 531, Cube, Juggernaut, WS4SB, etc.