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Posted: June 20, 2005, 12:03 pm - IP Logged

Last few days Root Sum 3 was the real stinker.

Maybe the Trend will reverse??

Possible combos that have not hit:

058
139
148
157
247
346
689
 
166
229
337
445


wsls

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    Poway CA (San Diego County)
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    Posted: June 20, 2005, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

    Looks like you mean root sum 4.

     

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      Posted: June 20, 2005, 12:52 pm - IP Logged

      Easy money #4 6/18-6/25 Blackapple's last post in this thread

      I got them covered

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        Posted: June 20, 2005, 1:37 pm - IP Logged

        Dude,

        I use a different Root Sum.

        Last digit of the Sum.

        wsls

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          Posted: June 20, 2005, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

          Dude,

          I use a different Root Sum.

          Last digit of the Sum.

          wsls

          That isn't Root Sum!!

          We call that Sum Last Digit.  I have been using that for over a year, but Todd just added it recently to the Deflate programs.

          There are sums which is simply adding the digits together, there are Root Sums which mean that you keep adding the digits together to get a one digit sum, and then there are Sum Last Digit where all you look at is the ones digit of the sum.  I like that one because the columns are all equal (22 x 10), whereas the other methods are not equal.

          I think most if not all of this is explained in my Blog.