I'll get right to it...
Just wondering if anyone could figure out how many different combinations from the information below:
If I picked 45 numbers from the 70 in Keno and thought that 10 out of the 20 winning numbers were in the 45 that I picked, what are the different combinations that I would need to have in a group of 10 per ticket?
45 Numbers I Picked from 70
How many tickets would I have to purchase to get 10 out of 10 from the 20 drawn?
Could you provide me with the formula to generate all possible combinations?
P.S. The reason why I'm asking is, that I came up with a new system by mistake. So, far I have been able to get 10-14 numbers correct from the 45 I picked, going back to the year 2001.