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starting out the AutoCAD/Trig plan


Last Edited: October 30, 2005, 11:41 pm

First step conquered in the quest to mis-apply trigonometry/geometry and search for red ball patterns using precise angular measurements.

a very helpful person gave me code to generate the main analysis grid, I'll pass it along to anyone playing along at home...

(((autoLISP routine for grid generation--- 42 squares representing the powerball numbers x 500 draws [old matrix data still good for PB red ball + room to work.])))

<<< written for AutoCAD 2004 >>>

-----------------------begin code----------------------------------

(defun c:grd (/ e1 e2 ss)

(command "rectang" '(0 0) '(1 1))

(setq e1 (entlast))

(setq ss (ssadd))

(ssadd e1 ss)

(command "point" '(0.5 0.5))

(setq e2 (entlast))

(ssadd e2 ss)

(command "-array" ss "" "r" 500 42 1 1)


-----------------------end code-------------------------------------

I don't even know what I am looking for, so I have no helpful hints to pass on at this time, except to re-iterate that the layout is very similar to kbcherokee's bell curve system posted many moons ago over in the jackpot system threads. His used excel, My adventure will plot lines between connecting draws, and I will be searching for ANY indicators or "rules-of-thumb" that will aid in determining the next powerball... regardless of how goofy I think they might sound at the time. I know that my initial search will be for precursors of palindromes and the puzzling question of why announcers don't seem to work.

As before, I tend to develop out in the open and welcome comments/corrections/improvements.

I also don't plan on pursuing this for the white ball data unless I dig up some real gold in the red balls, so I am not holding myself to any timetable ;-)

continued good luck all !

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