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Filtering Pairs

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Last Edited: December 2, 2008, 10:49 am

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Evening only.

12X   X23   1X= 123

Example

 

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Testing, Filtering down Pairs Then Combining For STR8

 

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Testing, Filtering down Numbers in Each Position Then Combining For STR8


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Updates

Wow!!! System know has the ability to generating a new Filter after running each Filter, greating Hundred's of Filters and Possibilities.

Entry #11

Comments

1.
SloeginComment by Sloegin - December 2, 2008, 9:43 am
Good morning Mark J:
Its good to see that U're still hard at it. I did some filtering and studying lastnight,
and the- 47- pair was all over the place. Maybe they're done. Is the -43- next (hot).
Looking forward to this eve's #s. Will be hard at it also. >
2.
SloeginComment by Sloegin - December 2, 2008, 2:07 pm
Hey Mark I'm picturing a scientist in a lab mixing formulas and experiments. (no explosions) lol

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