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# A different look at Pick 3 and pick 4

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Mirror boxes using the mirror of Fl p3. So, 872=mirror of the last draw.  I'm putting this in to a  back to back TTT with different forms of -1, +3,+7,-2,-6,-8 throughout the boxes.

 8 6 7 0 3 4 2 2 2 8 1 7 0 1 9 5 5 2

Possible Picks are: 552,792,115,211, 321,867,028 etc.

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NJ P3

 0 1 2 5 8 9 4 4 1 0 6 2 5 6 4 7 7 1

Mirror boxes.  The mirror of the last draw with various +/- of the digits.

Possible picks:012, 291,589,057,667,891,846,441 etc.

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There has been some confusion about pi and phi .  So, I decided to throw in the towel and multiply them both together.  PHI: 1.618033989* pi= 5.083203692.  Now I take this result and use for p3 and p4.  This equation has probably been used by math experts for years.

Example: 236.

236/5.083203692=46.42741356.

462,642,427,71,135,356.

P4 example:

3841/5.083203692=755.6258283.

7556,5625,2582,8283.

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 5 7 6 25.416 35.58243 30.49922 91.4977 214.498 337.498 460.498 583.498 706.498 829.498 952.498 1075.5 1198.5

I multiplied each number by (piphi) and then added the results.  Next, I did a +123 rundown after the addition of the result.  You can use numbers on both sides of the decimal.  I've found hits this way.  Look for a 497 and/or 498 soon in NJ.

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The piphi Experiment.

 1 4 6 5.0832 20.33281 30.49922 55.9152 178.915 301.915 424.915 547.915 670.915 793.915 916.915 1039.91 1162.91

You can use numbers on both sides of the decimal.  116,162,915,301,670,793,916,793,159,915,15,031 etc.

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If the piphi doesn't work for you try using the square root of 3.

Example, in the NM P3 from a couple of weeks back the draw was 236.  Using the square root of 3 in the same manner as before>>>.

1.) Multiply each digit by 1.732.

2.)  Add the results from the 3 digits.

3.)  Do the +123 rundown with regular math.

 2 3 6 3.464 5.196 10.392 19.052 142.052 265.052 388.052 511.052 634.052 757.052 880.052 1003.05 1126.05

Well, 052 hit six draws later.

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MI for 4 days. Its a mystery.

Using pi phi etc...

 124 241 414 140 409 096 960 605 051 512 137 379 790 906 066 664 647 478 781 813 241 410 103 038 383 831 318 189 892 924 225 251 517 173 732 321 210 102 022 222

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-181 rundown for KY p3.

 286 -181 105 -181 76 -181 257 -181 438 -181 619 -181 800 -181 981 -181 1162 -181 1343

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Using the cos of the sums, I took the cos of 6 which was the midday Texas pick 3 from 2/24/12.  The result of cos(6=0.9945218954.  Yesterday's midday was 495.

Check this out, I used the cos of the actual drawn number and the total of the drawn number using the front and back pairs, with some success.

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The arcsin works too.  Today I've been experimenting with log base10 .

Take 10 log base 10 (sum/27) 0r 10 log base 10 (xxx/999).

 620 0.620621 -2.07174

The numbers to use would be 207,717,174.

or just use log base 10 (sum) or log base 10 xxx.

Example log base10 (445)=2.648360011.

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Is These For Me Lakerben

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Is These For Me Lakerben

What???

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I Thought That One You Send Above Me I Thought That One Was Me

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NM p3

 868 22 0 22 44 22 66 88 22 88 154 176 22 110 242 330 352 22 132 352 572 682 704 22 154 484 924 1254 1386 1408

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Can You Do Texas Like That Lakerben Please

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