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Posted: January 17, 2005, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

wonder if someone would volunteer to write an excel format to accomodate the system that was given to us all generously so we can just input our own states numbers to see what kind of hits we can make. Thanks to all.

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    Posted: January 19, 2005, 5:27 am - IP Logged

    Which system is that?

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      retxx,

      Covermaster can do this for you.

      Cheers,

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        Posted: January 19, 2005, 11:04 am - IP Logged

        the thread I was referring to was the bugs program under lottery systems called what a difference. The thread was 105681

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          Quote: Originally posted by retxx on January 19, 2005


          the thread I was referring to was the bugs program under lottery systems called what a difference. The thread was 105681


          Thanx retxx.
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            Ihave been hearing that the use of fractal geometry has been moderately successful for one player called greg.  Now where does one find the information on fractal geometry and how do you translate with it into Excell sheets.

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              http://www.fractalwisdom.com/FractalWisdom/fractal.html

              Try this site for Fractal Geometry info...haven't had time to read further

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                madam,

                Please can you give more information on this Fractal Geometry. I searched for posts by greg, but found nothing.

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                  Posted: January 24, 2005, 5:22 pm - IP Logged
                  The Geometry of Chaos

                  Mandelbrot's eclectic research ultimately led to a great breakthrough summarized by a simple mathematical formula: z -> z^2 + c . This formula is now named after its inventor and is called the Mandelbrot set. It is significant to understand that this formula, and the Law of Wisdom which it represents, could not have been discovered without computers. It is no accident that his discovery, which many say is the greatest in twentieth century mathematics, occurred in the research laboratories of IBM. The Mandelbrot set is a dynamic calculation based on the iteration (calculation based on constant feedback) of complex numbers with zero as the starting point. The order behind the chaotic production of numbers created by the formula z -> z^2 + c can only be seen by the computer calculation and graphic portrayal of these numbers. Otherwise the formula appears to generate a totally random and meaningless set of numbers. It is only when millions of calculations are mechanically performed and plotted on a two dimensional plane (the computer screen) that the hidden geometric order of the Mandelbrot set (shown below) is revealed. The order is of a strange and beautiful kind, containing self similar recursiveness over an infinite scale. This is shown below is the magnification sequence of the Mandelbrot set.

                  Refer to my previous post for a link to this site...well worth the read if for no reason but expansion of one's knowledge of advanced mathematics.

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                    It's nice  to know about a bit more advanced math, but... this - > sign doesn't make any sense here...especially without an explanation what represents the sign itself,  what is   z and what is c. 

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                       "The Mandelbrot set is a set of complex numbers, so we graph it on the complex number plane. However, first we have to find many numbers that are part of the set. To do this we need a test that will determine if a given number is inside the set or outside the set. The test is based on the equation  Z = Z2 + C.

                      C represents a constant number, meaning that it does not change during the testing process. C is the number we are testing, the point on the complex plane that will be plotted when testing is complete. Z starts out as zero, but it changes as we repeatedly iterate this equation. With each iteration we create a new Z that is equal to the old Z squared plus the constant C. So the number Z keeps changing throughout the test."

                      That's from an explanation even I can understand , from "A guide for people with little math experience. By David Dewey" ws http://www.olympus.net/personal/dewey/mandelbrot.html

                      Hope this helps

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                        If it was possible to discover a software sub routine for using quantum physics and worm holes to go forward in time we could let a software program pick the lotto draws from the future.

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                          Quote: Originally posted by MillionsWanted on January 24, 2005


                          If it was possible to discover a software sub routine for using quantum physics and worm holes to go forward in time we could let a software program pick the lotto draws from the future.



                          In that case will be quite hard to find a lottery company offering any game...
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                            Quote: Originally posted by lottoshlep on January 24, 2005



                             "The Mandelbrot set is a set of complex numbers, so we graph it on the complex number plane. However, first we have to find many numbers that are part of the set. To do this we need a test that will determine if a given number is inside the set or outside the set. The test is based on the equation  Z = Z2 + C.

                            C represents a constant number, meaning that it does not change during the testing process. C is the number we are testing, the point on the complex plane that will be plotted when testing is complete. Z starts out as zero, but it changes as we repeatedly iterate this equation. With each iteration we create a new Z that is equal to the old Z squared plus the constant C. So the number Z keeps changing throughout the test."

                            That's from an explanation even I can understand , from "A guide for people with little math experience. By David Dewey" ws http://www.olympus.net/personal/dewey/mandelbrot.html

                            Hope this helps




                            Thanx for the link lottoshlep.
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                              All very interesting, but how does it help with the prediction of Lotto numbers? Can anyone give an example?

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