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# Texas 12/23 Midday

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Poway CA (San Diego County)
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 Posted: December 23, 2004, 7:57 am - IP Logged

 159 939 191 957 197 959 359 979 393 999 397 595 797 913 919

#9 with pure odd digits

TEXAS (yeah!)Katy
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C-Dude,

The 999 has been a no-show....but, ya never know!

Thanks!

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Every number has the same odds (1000:1), so it has the same chance of showing as does 146!

But, a pure number is due and I have to pick a number to play.  I picked the number 9, so the "9 with pure odd digits" was my pick for this draw.  This is my "If...If...Win!" method.  So, in this case IF the number 9 hits, and IF the number is a pure number...we WIN!

I hope you get a winner.

TEXAS (yeah!)Katy
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Thanks C-Dude,

I am aware of the 1000:1, but was just wondering:  if a set of numbers (ie 999) hasn't hit in 11 years and 2 months and ALL of the other combinations have....what category does that fall under? wouldn't be Odds, because they remain the same, no matter what (I guess).  Statistics? or what?

Thanks for you input.

MollyG

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Did you pick 9 because it's the coldest number currently?  And why the odd play?  On my spreadsheet nine is due with an odd number, but not so much that I would put all my money on it.  6 is more of a prominent number for me on the day draw.

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Quote: Originally posted by MollyG on December 23, 2004

Thanks C-Dude,

I am aware of the 1000:1, but was just wondering:  if a set of numbers (ie 999) hasn't hit in 11 years and 2 months and ALL of the other combinations have....what category does that fall under? wouldn't be Odds, because they remain the same, no matter what (I guess).  Statistics? or what?

Thanks for you input.

MollyG

We know that when flipping a coin the heads should come up 1/2 the time, but try it and you will find that that is not true over the "short" term.  So, the odds stay the same, but that doesn't mean all numbers will be equal.  In California the 019 (in any order) comes in more than any other number.  Why is this?  I don't know.

With your example, Molly, of a number being out for over 11 years just shows that the method of drawing the 3 digit numbers is NOT truly random even if a computer is not being used.

When mathematicians or cryptographers want random numbers, they use the radio active decay of a radio active isotope.  It is the most random generator of numbers we have.

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Quote: Originally posted by Three2001 on December 23, 2004

Did you pick 9 because it's the coldest number currently?  And why the odd play?  On my spreadsheet nine is due with an odd number, but not so much that I would put all my money on it.  6 is more of a prominent number for me on the day draw.

I first look at my 10-digit number to see if any digit is in its respective position.  If so, I will use that number as my Key number.  If not, as in this case, I look for another number to play.  It isn't always the coldest digit, but in this case it was.  My database is COMBINED and a pure number has skipped 7 times, so I decided it was time to start playing pure numbers.  If I'm going to play the 9 and pure numbers...there is the reason for my chart!

When I play my "If...If...Win!" method, I have to find TWO conditions that, if they BOTH happen, we win!!

Glergenflergen, Texas
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 Posted: December 23, 2004, 5:24 pm - IP Logged

CalifDude,

I agree with you about the 9, C'Dude.  On my Evening "bell curve" chart, the 9 is set for some extreme action.  It will drop down dramatically on my chart tomorrow and the next day, unless it is drawn during the same time period to retain it's position.  I suspect it will come as a double, maybe that elusive 999, or show up once three days in a row.  Gotta play it and only be concerned about the other two digits.

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 Posted: December 23, 2004, 5:35 pm - IP Logged

Texasman I know what  a bell curve is but how do you use it?

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Threepix,

I'm still working on how to interpret what I see within the bell curve chart and even the best way to create it.  What I have seen is that if you use more than 10 drawings, the numbers start to flatten out into various positions to where all you can consider are the coldest numbers. Perhaps I need to even cut down the number of drawings I consider down to 5 or 6 drawings, instead of 9 drawings.  Don't know yet.

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