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A different look at Pick 3 and pick 4

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Posted: October 6, 2011, 12:21 am - IP Logged

I'm still experimenting with the calculator.  I took the total 744 and used the calculator to take the ln of each digit indivdually and multiplied together.  In other words:

ln (7*ln(4*ln(4 = 2.484114699 .  Breaking up into groups of 3 :  248 411 469 .  The 411 hit 2 draws later.  You can use the natural logrithm table or the calculator.

 I have to experiment more with pick 4.  Last night I added the ln of each digit for pick 4 , and the results were promising. 


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I went back to September for the NM pick 3 and took the results from the 21st and the 28th.  They were 555 and 568.  I took the ln(555+ln(568 = 6330330562.  Well, the draw on the 29th was 603.  Close.  More to test in the upcoming days.


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    I went back to September for the NM pick 3 and took the results from the 21st and the 28th.  They were 555 and 568.  I took the ln(555+ln(568 = 6330330562.  Well, the draw on the 29th was 603.  Close.  More to test in the upcoming days.


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    I been doing more trial and error with math and past draws. I'm going to use 999 sum of 27 divided by the sum of each draw I backtest. Try that with each group.  For Pick 4 use 9999 sum 36 divided by the sum of the drawn pick 4 number.

    Just like the pick 3 example with LN (36/LN  pick 4 sum. 

     I'm using the total sum divided by the natural log of the sum of the draw.  I used the NM ( 9/27/2011) draw 250.  I then used 999 for LN 27 : the total amount and the sum of 7 for the 250 draw.  .  Next, I took LN(27/LN 7 = 2.630107055.  BREAKING INTO GROUPS OF THREE: 

    263 630 301 010 070 705 055 .  Well the 630 came up as a box (603) on the 29th of September 2 draws later and the 07 showed as a pair 2 draws after that. 


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      I been doing more trial and error with math and past draws. I'm going to use 999 sum of 27 divided by the sum of each draw I backtest. Try that with each group.  For Pick 4 use 9999 sum 36 divided by the sum of the drawn pick 4 number.

      Just like the pick 3 example with LN (36/LN  pick 4 sum. 

       I'm using the total sum divided by the natural log of the sum of the draw.  I used the NM ( 9/27/2011) draw 250.  I then used 999 for LN 27 : the total amount and the sum of 7 for the 250 draw.  .  Next, I took LN(27/LN 7 = 2.630107055.  BREAKING INTO GROUPS OF THREE: 

      263 630 301 010 070 705 055 .  Well the 630 came up as a box (603) on the 29th of September 2 draws later and the 07 showed as a pair 2 draws after that. 


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      I just backtested for New Jersey pick 4 Midday Draw .  However, I used the mirror sum since I found NJ works good with mirrors.  Here is what I found : on October 7 the result was 6977.  I changed to the mirrror  1422  which has a sum of 9.  So, LN36/LN9= 2.79632393 . Breaking into groups of 4: 2796 6323 and 2393.  Holy guacamole! 

      3293 hit on October 9th!!

       

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        I just backtested for New Jersey pick 4 Midday Draw .  However, I used the mirror sum since I found NJ works good with mirrors.  Here is what I found : on October 7 the result was 6977.  I changed to the mirrror  1422  which has a sum of 9.  So, LN36/LN9= 2.79632393 . Breaking into groups of 4: 2796 6323 and 2393.  Holy guacamole! 

        3293 hit on October 9th!!

         

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        thanks lakerben..... I'll do some additional backtesting in NJ..!!  Time to break out the HP!!!!

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          I just backtested for New Jersey pick 4 Midday Draw .  However, I used the mirror sum since I found NJ works good with mirrors.  Here is what I found : on October 7 the result was 6977.  I changed to the mirrror  1422  which has a sum of 9.  So, LN36/LN9= 2.79632393 . Breaking into groups of 4: 2796 6323 and 2393.  Holy guacamole! 

          3293 hit on October 9th!!

           

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          OK, I'm not getting the numbers you get in the above post.  So I'm getting the LN of 36 as 3.58351894 and LN of 9 as 2.19722458.  So when I divided these numbers I get  1.63092975, and not 2.79632393.   What am I doing wrong?  :))

           

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            OK, I'm not getting the numbers you get in the above post.  So I'm getting the LN of 36 as 3.58351894 and LN of 9 as 2.19722458.  So when I divided these numbers I get  1.63092975, and not 2.79632393.   What am I doing wrong?  :))

             

            I use a basic ti-30x which comes up as ln(36/ln9 = 2.79632393.  You don't do each calcualtion individually .  You hit the equals sign after entering the ln9.  Try it. I key in ln(36/ln9 then hit enter.  My ti-30 put the left bracket in automatically , and I then type in the rest of the data.


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              I use a basic ti-30x which comes up as ln(36/ln9 = 2.79632393.  You don't do each calcualtion individually .  You hit the equals sign after entering the ln9.  Try it. I key in ln(36/ln9 then hit enter.  My ti-30 put the left bracket in automatically , and I then type in the rest of the data.


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              I don't have a TI...... HP only.  Tried to put it into an Excel spreadsheet, but didn't work.

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                Try putting in the formula as shown with the bracket and then enter after putting in all the data.  Excel has strict  methods on using math functions from what I hear.   I use the basic TI 30x11s calculator which costs a few bucks at any store.  I get the same result when I use my casio fx115ES.  Both have an automatic left bracket after the ln function is pressed.  I then entered the ln(36/ln9= 2.79632393           Its an order of operation with this calculation.

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                  Posted: October 12, 2011, 12:41 pm - IP Logged

                  Okay, I got my results to match Lakerban's by doing this using an online calculator

                  this results in 2.79632393

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                    Okay, I got my results to match Lakerban's by doing this using an online calculator

                    this results in 2.79632393

                    Nice!  Thanks for the help!  I'll let calabs know about it.

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                      Okay, I got my results to match Lakerban's by doing this using an online calculator

                      this results in 2.79632393

                      Brilliant!!!  thank you CarliG and lakerben....!!!!

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                        Posted: October 12, 2011, 4:20 pm - IP Logged

                        This is the one I used, but I know there are many others

                        http://web2.0calc.com/

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                          Posted: October 12, 2011, 11:54 pm - IP Logged

                          I got it to work in excel using

                          =LN(27/LN(14))

                          only thing is I had to format to allow enough digits but it is matching so far in what I have tested.

                          I formatted to 14 places after decimal so that it didnt round up on me.

                           

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                            I got it to work in excel using

                            =LN(27/LN(14))

                            only thing is I had to format to allow enough digits but it is matching so far in what I have tested.

                            I formatted to 14 places after decimal so that it didnt round up on me.

                             

                            CarliG

                            Sounds good.  Remember , I used the mirror of the result for the pick 4 the sum of 9 for the calc   ln36/ln9.   But for the future you can use the sum of the last draw or whatever works best.   Good luck! 


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                              Imaginative stuff Lakerben. Hope you find more goodies. They abound...

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