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HEXades, PENTades and other ambiguous groupings


Last Edited: February 3, 2007, 12:04 pm

I have kept track of decades in the PB for some time, the data is just as wild as the draw data.

I decided to group the PB data into full matrices...

the powerball numbers 1-42 fit into a 6x7 grid I call HEXades (Groups of 6)

Hx1 = 01,02,03,04,05,06


Hx7 = 37,38,39,40,41,42

The white Balls fit nicely in a 5x11 grid I call PENTades (Groups of 5)

Pn1 = 01,02,03,04,05


Pn11 = 51,52,53,54,55

So far this yields no great truths or hidden connections, but I'm glad to be back into working a system out.

Since I'm working right now on just the red balls, the 6x7 grid can be nicely broken down further by Low Medium and High

Hx1 Low = 01,02

Hx1 Medium = 03,04

Hx1 High = 05,06

Each subdivision yields one even and one odd number. Still looking for some way to apply this info...

Entry #119


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