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Trend Analysis

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Buckau's avatar - elgandorad
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Posted: February 14, 2009, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

hi i am trying to find a mathimatical fomula that will enabel me to do tend analysis on past results of a lottery draw. resulting in a list of numbers that fit the trend criteria. ether continuing  or future trends.

i would appreciat any help with this

Always trying good luck

Steve

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    Posted: February 17, 2009, 1:39 pm - IP Logged

    You need to specify which type of trends and how your inputs will look for a formula to be calculated.  Each trend you are searching for will require a different formula.

      RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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      Posted: February 17, 2009, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

      hi i am trying to find a mathimatical fomula that will enabel me to do tend analysis on past results of a lottery draw. resulting in a list of numbers that fit the trend criteria. ether continuing  or future trends.

      i would appreciat any help with this

      Nearly every serious lottery player that look at trends have considered hot/cold numbers trends at one time.  I have and the first thing I did was define such numbers.

      I took the average and median lengths of time a number appeared in all past drawings and compared the number of times that number had hit in its most recent period of the same amount of time.  If it had hit one time then it was normal and if it has hit more than once then it was hot and if it hasn't hit at all it was cold.  I did the same thing with the last 50 drawings or so to see it one type of number appeared more than another and if they had then I had a trend.  Then it was just a matter of only picking numbers that follow that trend for the combinations I played.
       
      It really is more time consuming than mathematically challenging.  Other types of trends might take a little more work and skills.

      P.S.  I haven't won a jackpot yet.

      * you don't need more tickets, just the right ticket * 
      * your best chance to win a lottery jackpot is to buy a ticket * 
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