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Dsum Method For Pick For

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Posted: May 28, 2006, 1:24 am - IP Logged

I have been reviewing your DSUM calculations.  They lend themselves to any good spreadsheet program.  However, I am not sure what the M means.  I know that you say M stands for mirror, but I cannot get my head around it.  Using your example how would the mirror of 6 be 4.  Does it mean that if you wrote the number on a piece of paper and held it up to a mirror it would become 4?  Please explain..

greenlantern,

Here are the mirrors of the digits. (similar to VTRACS, if you run across that term elsewhere on LP)

Digit          Mirror

0                  5

1                  6

2                   7

3                  8

4                  9

 Basically, a mirror is created by adding "five" to the  digit. They do not change.

Thank you badger

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    Posted: June 24, 2006, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

    Has this one been going anywhere for anyone?

    Grtz
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      Ricky

      I think that the amount of combos are too high for most.

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      Stooges

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        If a triple falls, dsum rarely produces the next winning number.