|Posted: June 9, 2006, 8:49 am - IP Logged|
That's a good question.
I don't think Janell does the missing numbers like that. Someone (don't remember who) taught a ttt method that didi the missing numbers that way.
I have read Janell's post many times and this is what I've come up with...
Position 1 - Pick a number from the 1st ttt middle row across --- in your ttt you would pick 8 or 1
Position 2 - Look at that same middle row from the 1st ttt - 811 and the first row of the 2nd ttt - in your case 326. Suppose you chose 8 for your position 1 - then looking at 811 & 326 - what you have left is 1,3,2,6. Those would be your choices for position 2
Position 3 - Would be all the remaining digits that have not been picked for position 1 and 2 - in this case 4,5,7,9,0
Then make combos.
Like I said, this is just my interpretation.
Janell, Is this Right?????