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# Root to Win

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New Mexico
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A different version using the last digit of the sum.  This will produce pairs.  NM p3 from 10 draws back.

380=11

294=15

123=06

829=19

668=20

 input 1 sum 5 l5 6 last 9 digit 0 of sum 21 63 84 99 15

I take the sum (21 in this case) and add 63 which = 84, and then I subtact the result from 99=15.

The Nm p3 had 481 and 482 for the next two draws.

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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Texas for tonight

 input 5 sum 4 last5 1 last 1 digit 2 sum 13 63 76 99 23

Now if you want you can add the third digit:

760 761 762 763 764 ......

230 231 232 233 234

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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Florida p3 for tonight:

 input 3 sum 5 last5 8 last 7 digit 1 of sum 24 63 87 99 12

870 871 872 873

120 121 123 124

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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 Posted: October 25, 2012, 3:27 pm - IP Logged

NM p3 for tonight:

 input 0 sum 9 l5 3 last 9 digit 4 of sum 25 63 88 99 11

881 882 883 884

110 111 112 113

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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Nm p3 from last night:650 using the previous last digits.

 input 9 sum 3 l5 9 last 4 digit 5 of sum 30 63 93 99 06

931 932 933 934 935

061 062 063 064 065

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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Lakerben this is all well and good and i'm by no means a dummy and we may not be as math savy as you and i know how to cal the root of a number but how are you comming up with these numbers, can you put in some kind of order so we can under stand, the steps you use to get your results.

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Again with italics:

A different version using the last digit of the sum.  This will produce pairs.  NM p3 from 10 draws back.

380=11

294=15

123=06

829=19

668=20

 input 1 sum 5 l5 6 last 9 digit 0 of sum 21 63 84 99 15

I take the sum (21 in this case) and add 63 which = 84, and then I subtact the result from 99=15.

The Nm p3 had 481 and 482 for the next two draws.

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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I don't mind pasting the directions again and again but read the thread.

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In this one I take the root (2,6) of the last two draws and multiply them.

 roots 2 input 6 mult 12 159 171 total 828

I add the result (12) WITH 159.  I'm using 159 because I like the difference of 4 gap between the numbers.

I then finish with (999-171) FOR THE TOTAL.

This gives you the 2 picks to build on for your next few draws.

If you want more just add+1 or -1 to the last digit>>>170 172 173 174 175 and 826 827 829 820 etc.

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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I don't mind pasting the directions again and again but read the thread.

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In this one I take the root (2,6) of the last two draws and multiply them.

 roots 2 input 6 mult 12 159 171 total 828

I add the result (12) WITH 159.  I'm using 159 because I like the difference of 4 gap between the numbers.

I then finish with (999-171) FOR THE TOTAL.

This gives you the 2 picks to build on for your next few draws.

If you want more just add+1 or -1 to the last digit>>>170 172 173 174 175 and 826 827 829 820 etc.

Ok the one were you add up the 3 numbers in the results to get the sum i get with no problem, this one is were i have problems.  Were do you get the root number from???????????????? is it from the pick 3 numbers, last 2 numbers? first 2 numbers? one number?...........WHERE???????????

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Ok the one were you add up the 3 numbers in the results to get the sum i get with no problem, this one is were i have problems.  Were do you get the root number from???????????????? is it from the pick 3 numbers, last 2 numbers? first 2 numbers? one number?...........WHERE???????????

Again with feeling!  Read the post.  Reading is important in these threads. If you don't understand how to get a root do a search on the site.

In this one I take the roots (2,6) of the last two draws and multiply them.

 roots 2 input 6 mult 12 159 171 total 828

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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 Posted: October 26, 2012, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

Arizona last two draws 385, 660.  Roots :7,3.

 roots 7 input 3 mult 21 159 180 total 819

180 181 182 183 184

816 817 818 819 810

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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 Posted: October 26, 2012, 12:54 pm - IP Logged

Fl p3

 roots 8 input 9 mult 72 159 231 total 768

231 232 234 235

766 767 768 769

Use what works for your state and good luck.

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I think people are not getting what you mean by root. Here's the chart for the root sums.

Root Sum Box Combinations

0 - 000

1 - 001, 019, 028, 037, 046, 055, 118, 127, 136, 145, 199, 226, 235, 244, 289, 334, 379, 388, 469, 478, 559, 568, 577, 667

2 - 002, 011, 029, 038, 047, 056, 119, 128, 137, 146, 155, 227, 236, 245, 299, 335, 344, 389, 479, 488, 569, 578, 668, 677

3 - 003, 012, 039, 048, 057, 066, 111, 129, 138, 147, 156, 228, 237, 246, 255, 336, 345, 399, 444, 489, 579, 588, 669, 678, 777

4 - 004, 013, 022, 049, 058, 067, 112, 139, 148, 157, 166, 229, 238, 247, 256, 337, 346, 355, 445, 499, 589, 679, 688, 778

5 - 005, 014, 023, 059, 068, 077, 113, 122, 149, 158, 167, 239, 248, 257, 266, 338, 347, 356, 446, 455, 599, 689, 779, 788

6 - 006, 015, 024, 033, 069, 078, 114, 123, 159, 168, 177, 222, 249, 258, 267, 339, 348, 357, 366, 447, 456, 555, 699, 789, 888

7 - 007, 016, 025, 034, 079, 088, 115, 124, 133, 169, 178, 223, 259, 268, 277, 349, 358, 367, 448, 457, 466, 556, 799, 889

8 - 008, 017, 026, 035, 044, 089, 116, 125, 134, 179, 188, 224, 233, 269, 278, 359, 368, 377, 449, 458, 467, 557, 566, 899

9 - 009, 018, 027, 036, 045, 099, 117, 126, 135, 144, 189, 225, 234, 279, 288, 333, 369, 378, 459, 468, 477, 558, 567, 666, 999

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I think people are not getting what you mean by root. Here's the chart for the root sums.

Root Sum Box Combinations

0 - 000

1 - 001, 019, 028, 037, 046, 055, 118, 127, 136, 145, 199, 226, 235, 244, 289, 334, 379, 388, 469, 478, 559, 568, 577, 667

2 - 002, 011, 029, 038, 047, 056, 119, 128, 137, 146, 155, 227, 236, 245, 299, 335, 344, 389, 479, 488, 569, 578, 668, 677

3 - 003, 012, 039, 048, 057, 066, 111, 129, 138, 147, 156, 228, 237, 246, 255, 336, 345, 399, 444, 489, 579, 588, 669, 678, 777

4 - 004, 013, 022, 049, 058, 067, 112, 139, 148, 157, 166, 229, 238, 247, 256, 337, 346, 355, 445, 499, 589, 679, 688, 778

5 - 005, 014, 023, 059, 068, 077, 113, 122, 149, 158, 167, 239, 248, 257, 266, 338, 347, 356, 446, 455, 599, 689, 779, 788

6 - 006, 015, 024, 033, 069, 078, 114, 123, 159, 168, 177, 222, 249, 258, 267, 339, 348, 357, 366, 447, 456, 555, 699, 789, 888

7 - 007, 016, 025, 034, 079, 088, 115, 124, 133, 169, 178, 223, 259, 268, 277, 349, 358, 367, 448, 457, 466, 556, 799, 889

8 - 008, 017, 026, 035, 044, 089, 116, 125, 134, 179, 188, 224, 233, 269, 278, 359, 368, 377, 449, 458, 467, 557, 566, 899

9 - 009, 018, 027, 036, 045, 099, 117, 126, 135, 144, 189, 225, 234, 279, 288, 333, 369, 378, 459, 468, 477, 558, 567, 666, 999

Thanks Premo

I think will be a great learning chart ..

CG

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okay, Laker

Here is my feeble attempt to excel the initial version of this.

Please check and if its not right let me know so I can take it down,

Just need to enter last two draws

https://www.box.com/s/loe27ab58o2lg863rshc

CG

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