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The old 1-27 sums chart & how many digits each

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  I don't get why folks still use the old version of the Sums Chart that has 1-through 27 sums on it when they could use the New(1-through- 10) Sums version that I named ......"The Short Sums Chart"  at least the new one is organized to have 10 equal parts .... all expected to hit the same amount of the time..... 10%.  You can plan ahead with equal distribution like that.

 

  Anyway..... for those who still use the old 1-27 chart here are some stats on digit distribution .....within those sums.

                                        The sum/digit distribution.

The following chart shows how often a certain digit occurs in a certain sum.

That is of course also interesting when selecting key numbers and sums....... e. g. if you want to play only the sums from 19 to 27 and your key number is 0 you will be out of luck with any suggestions.

 Sum0123456789
03000000000
16300000000
29630000000
312963000000
4151296300000
51815129630000
621181512963000
7242118151296300
82724211815129630
930272421181512963
10273027242118151296
112427302724211815129
1221242730272421181512
1318212427302724211815
1415182124273027242118
1512151821242730272421
169121518212427302724
17691215182124273027
1836912151821242730
190369121518212427
20003691215182124
2100036912151821
220000369121518
230000037131921
2400000036912
250000000369
260000000036
270000000003

Good Luck!

Entry #55

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