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# Distributions

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 9:38 am - IP Logged

After looking at a variety of filter/reduction methods, an apparent distribution pattern can be seen. For 5 numbers it goes something like this:

1 to 2 numbers low value (L)

1 to 3 numbers medium value (M)

1 to 2 numbers high value (H)

then if follows

L,M,M,M,H

L,M,M,H,H

L,L,M,M,H

L,L,M,H,H

As with all methods, there will be some actual picks that fall out of the range. But, this will be valid for the majority of the actual picks.

Try it, I think you'll see it applies probabilities, occurrences, last time picked....etc.

Maybe, you can find something useful to do with the info. (S)

You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

JKING -

If I read this right, in, for instance, a 5/39 lottery, the distribution would be as follows?

A: 1 to 13
B: 1 to 26
C: 14 to 26
D: 14 to 39
E: 27 to 39

If so, I did the workout with the following results:

There are 575,757 total possibilities in a 5/39 matrix lottery. If you restrict the possibilities to the above limits, there are 293,618 possibilities, or 51.01% of the total possibilities.

Notes: I made it easy on myself by using a matrix where the number of balls drawn would be divisible by 3, so the division into thirds would be equal. And I've only done the workout for that particular lottery - so far.

gl

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Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there.....

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 3:37 pm - IP Logged

JKING -

Doing the same analysis on a 5/54 lottery I arrive at the following:

A: 1 to 18
B: 1 to 36
C: 19 to 36
D: 19 to 54
E: 37 to 54

Results:

Total possibilities - 3,162,510, restricted possibilities - 1,528,470, percentage - 48.34%.

Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there.....

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 3:58 pm - IP Logged

The 5/39 distribution of L,M,H of individual lotto numbers would be as follows:

L=1-13

M=14-26

H=27-39

John please note this is a results oriented observation. I keep seeing occur in just about every filter/reduction method I use. I haven't fomalized/quantified it. I am merely throwing it up for discussion to see if either anyone is doing anything similiar to this or is seeing the same patterns I am.

You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 3:59 pm - IP Logged

JKING -

I screwed up the calcs on the 5/39 matrix. Correction:

A: 1 to 13
B: 1 to 26
C: 14 to 26
D: 14 to 39
E: 27 to 39

Results: Total possibilities - 575,757, restricted possibilities - 285,610, percentage - 49.61%.

gl

j

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 4:03 pm - IP Logged

I would be interested in your calc's with the new info I supplied you....thanks.

You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.

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 Posted: July 25, 2005, 5:28 pm - IP Logged

JKING -

Breakdown of 5/39 into four programs:

LLMMH

A: 1 to 13
B: 1 to 13
C: 14 to 26
D: 14 to 26
E: 27 to 39

Possibilities - 79,092.

LLMHH

A: 1 to 13
B: 1 to 13
C: 14 to 26
D: 27 to 39
E: 27 to 39

Possibilities - 79,092.

LMMMH

A: 1 to 13
B: 14 to 26
C: 14 to 26
D: 14 to 26
E: 27 to 39

Possibilities - 48,334.

LMMHH

A: 1 to 13
B: 14 to 26
C: 14 to 26
D: 27 to 39
E: 27 to 39

Possibiliites - 79,092

Total possibilities of above - 285,610, same as before.

Your observations, by the way, are good and sound.

One of the reasons I built the lottery frequency charts on my website was to facilitate percentage analyses, something close to what you're looking at here. For instance, this is the 5/39 chart as it appears on site:

 5/39 A B C D E Total 1 73815 73815 2 66045 7770 73815 3 58905 14280 630 73815 4 52360 19635 1785 35 73815 5 46376 23936 3366 136 1 73815 6 40920 27280 5280 330 5 73815 7 35960 29760 7440 640 15 73815 8 31465 31465 9765 1085 35 73815 9 27405 32480 12180 1680 70 73815 10 23751 32886 14616 2436 126 73815 11 20475 32760 17010 3360 210 73815 12 17550 32175 19305 4455 330 73815 13 14950 31200 21450 5720 495 73815 14 12650 29900 23400 7150 715 73815 15 10626 28336 25116 8736 1001 73815 16 8855 26565 26565 10465 1365 73815 17 7315 24640 27720 12320 1820 73815 18 5985 22610 28560 14280 2380 73815 19 4845 20520 29070 16320 3060 73815 20 3876 18411 29241 18411 3876 73815 21 3060 16320 29070 20520 4845 73815 22 2380 14280 28560 22610 5985 73815 23 1820 12320 27720 24640 7315 73815 24 1365 10465 26565 26565 8855 73815 25 1001 8736 25116 28336 10626 73815 26 715 7150 23400 29900 12650 73815 27 495 5720 21450 31200 14950 73815 28 330 4455 19305 32175 17550 73815 29 210 3360 17010 32760 20475 73815 30 126 2436 14616 32886 23751 73815 31 70 1680 12180 32480 27405 73815 32 35 1085 9765 31465 31465 73815 33 15 640 7440 29760 35960 73815 34 5 330 5280 27280 40920 73815 35 1 136 3366 23936 46376 73815 36 35 1785 19635 52360 73815 37 630 14280 58905 73815 38 7770 66045 73815 39 73815 73815 Total 575757 575757 575757 575757 575757

And here is the same chart, sorted by column frequency:

 5/39 A B C D E 1 73815 10 32886 20 29241 30 32886 39 73815 2 66045 11 32760 19 29070 29 32760 38 66045 3 58905 9 32480 21 29070 31 32480 37 58905 4 52360 12 32175 18 28560 28 32175 36 52360 5 46376 8 31465 22 28560 32 31465 35 46376 6 40920 13 31200 17 27720 27 31200 34 40920 7 35960 14 29900 23 27720 26 29900 33 35960 8 31465 7 29760 16 26565 33 29760 32 31465 9 27405 15 28336 24 26565 25 28336 31 27405 10 23751 6 27280 15 25116 34 27280 30 23751 11 20475 16 26565 25 25116 24 26565 29 20475 12 17550 17 24640 14 23400 23 24640 28 17550 13 14950 5 23936 26 23400 35 23936 27 14950 14 12650 18 22610 13 21450 22 22610 26 12650 15 10626 19 20520 27 21450 21 20520 25 10626 16 8855 4 19635 12 19305 36 19635 24 8855 17 7315 20 18411 28 19305 20 18411 23 7315 18 5985 21 16320 11 17010 19 16320 22 5985 19 4845 3 14280 29 17010 18 14280 21 4845 20 3876 22 14280 10 14616 37 14280 20 3876 21 3060 23 12320 30 14616 17 12320 19 3060 22 2380 24 10465 9 12180 16 10465 18 2380 23 1820 25 8736 31 12180 15 8736 17 1820 24 1365 2 7770 8 9765 38 7770 16 1365 25 1001 26 7150 32 9765 14 7150 15 1001 26 715 27 5720 7 7440 13 5720 14 715 27 495 28 4455 33 7440 12 4455 13 495 28 330 29 3360 6 5280 11 3360 12 330 29 210 30 2436 34 5280 10 2436 11 210 30 126 31 1680 5 3366 9 1680 10 126 31 70 32 1085 35 3366 8 1085 9 70 32 35 33 640 4 1785 7 640 8 35 33 15 34 330 36 1785 6 330 7 15 34 5 35 136 3 630 5 136 6 5 35 1 36 35 37 630 4 35 5 1 36 1 1 1 1 37 37 2 2 2 38 38 38 3 3 39 39 39 39 4 Total 575757 575757 575757 575757 575757

One of my original purpose in creating these charts was to find a method, for instance, where I could eliminate any and all numbers in any column which wouldn't occur in 90% of the possible drawings. In this exampe, 1 to 14 will appear in Column A 90.77% of the time, 3 to 25 will appear in Column B 90.62% of the time, 9 to 31 will appear in Column C 90.18% of the time, 15 to 37 will appear in Column D 90.62% of the time and 26 to 39 will appear in Column E 90.77% of the time. If all the drawings where these numbers and these numbers only wouldn't appear were eliminated, there would be 386,417 drawings remaining, or 67.11% of the 575,757 total possibilities. Like you, I was looking for filters to reduce the possibilities.

Incidentally, raising the percentage above 90% will increase the number of restricted possibilities, lowering the percentage will lower them. It's still a matter of choice.

Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there.....

Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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 Posted: July 26, 2005, 9:17 am - IP Logged

Thanks, your analysis is outstanding as usual.

One of the things I was trying to suggest, is this L,M,H rating system applies to even more. If for example you take a look at the average amount of occurrences over a 23 game range, you might end up with something like this:

L=0,1

M=2,3,4

H=5 and up

In others words, this model seems to apply to just about every filter type.

The advantage of this approach is that it does require alot of complicated math, it's a laymans approach that seems to be valid. The bottom line is that its easy.

Preferred values:

L,M,M,M,H

L,M,M,H,H

L,L,M,M,H

L,L,M,H,H

Restricted values:

L,L,L,M,M

L,L,L,M,H

L,L,L,H,H

L,L,L,L,M

L,L,L,L,H

L,L,L,L,L

L,L,H,H,H

L,M,H,H,H

M,M,H,H,H

L,H,H,H,H

M,H,H,H,H

H,H,H,H,H

You are a slave to the choices you have made.  jk

Even a blind squirrel will occasioanlly find an acorn.

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