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Evening garyo1954,

Sorry not to have gotten back sooner...

Below is my Texas Pick 3 Day game. According to my records, it has 1325 games in it since the last matrix changed on Nov. 12, 2007.

TOTAL DRAWS - COLUMN COUNT - NUMBER FREQUENCY and PERCENTAGE CHART      
Column Counts 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1st Column Count Number Frequency 140 134 111 120 144 145 139 112 151 129
Percentage for 1st Column Count 10.57% 10.11% 8.38% 9.06% 10.87% 10.94% 10.49% 8.45% 11.40% 9.74%
2nd Column Count Number Frequency 136 115 135 124 144 133 119 121 138 160
Percentage for 2nd Column Count 10.26% 8.68% 10.19% 9.36% 10.87% 10.04% 8.98% 9.13% 10.42% 12.08%
3rd Column Count Number Frequency 134 153 130 140 143 110 120 137 129 129
Percentage for 3rd Column Count 10.11% 11.55% 9.81% 10.57% 10.79% 8.30% 9.06% 10.34% 9.74% 9.74%

According to my table, in the 1st column, the number 8 has hit the most times. In the 2nd column, the number 9 has hit the most. And in the 3rd column, the number 1 is the winner. Playing the "most hits" (8 9 1) doesn't work. That's why I'm looking for another why to analyze the numbers...

Based on the above table, I can see which number has hit the most times in which position. I was attempting to figure out how to use the "probability" functions to see if a different number popped to the surface other than what is apparent in the table. As for the 10% figure verses the 40% figure, if I understand correctly, each number has a 10% chance of being drawn (random). As to the L, M, H - it's just the catagories I placed the numbers into. I find it easier to grasp this way when I'm looking at the "historical table" draws.

Is there a formula that provides the type of info I'm looking for OR would it be some sort of VBA script?

By the way, which program are you using that provides a printout like you've shown?

Thanks very much for the reply.

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