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Combinatorial Symmetry

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Combinatorial Symmetry

    Symmetric Number - S(n,z) = n - z +1

      n - total number of items
      z - item number in the set

Each combination has a symmetrical equivalent. The symmetrical combinatorial set of a known combination can be found by applying the function to each item number in the set. For example, in a 6/49 lottery, if the numbers drawn were {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}, the symmetrical counter part can be found.

    {(49 - 2 + 1), (49 - 7 + 1), (49 - 12 + 1), (49 - 33 + 1), (49 - 46 + 1), (49 - 49 + 1)} = {48, 43, 38, 17, 4, 1}

Put in ascending order {1, 4, 17, 38, 43, 48} is the symmetrical counter part of {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}.

There are also some combinations that are self symmetric. Example, {1, 13, 24, 26, 37, 49} is symmetric with itself.

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    Combinatorial Symmetry

        Symmetric Number - S(n,z) = n - z +1

          n - total number of items
          z - item number in the set

    Each combination has a symmetrical equivalent. The symmetrical combinatorial set of a known combination can be found by applying the function to each item number in the set. For example, in a 6/49 lottery, if the numbers drawn were {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}, the symmetrical counter part can be found.

        {(49 - 2 + 1), (49 - 7 + 1), (49 - 12 + 1), (49 - 33 + 1), (49 - 46 + 1), (49 - 49 + 1)} = {48, 43, 38, 17, 4, 1}

    Put in ascending order {1, 4, 17, 38, 43, 48} is the symmetrical counter part of {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}.

    There are also some combinations that are self symmetric. Example, {1, 13, 24, 26, 37, 49} is symmetric with itself.

    JADELottery,  great stuff you are posting here, but what is the meaning, relevance, and or practical use of these probability formulas for winning or hitting anything?  I am wondering how can these formulas be used to pick a couple of numbers, in laymen terms.  Symmetry is beautiful in nature, chemistry, optics, etc., but does number symmetry help us win? If so where?

    Thanks,

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      JADELottery,  great stuff you are posting here, but what is the meaning, relevance, and or practical use of these probability formulas for winning or hitting anything?  I am wondering how can these formulas be used to pick a couple of numbers, in laymen terms.  Symmetry is beautiful in nature, chemistry, optics, etc., but does number symmetry help us win? If so where?

      Thanks,

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      jarasan,

      you're getting a little ahead of me. all i ask is please have some patients; it will all fall into place eventually.

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        Posted: November 11, 2006, 5:39 pm - IP Logged

        Combinatorial Symmetry

            Symmetric Number - S(n,z) = n - z +1

              n - total number of items
              z - item number in the set

        Each combination has a symmetrical equivalent. The symmetrical combinatorial set of a known combination can be found by applying the function to each item number in the set. For example, in a 6/49 lottery, if the numbers drawn were {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}, the symmetrical counter part can be found.

            {(49 - 2 + 1), (49 - 7 + 1), (49 - 12 + 1), (49 - 33 + 1), (49 - 46 + 1), (49 - 49 + 1)} = {48, 43, 38, 17, 4, 1}

        Put in ascending order {1, 4, 17, 38, 43, 48} is the symmetrical counter part of {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}.

        There are also some combinations that are self symmetric. Example, {1, 13, 24, 26, 37, 49} is symmetric with itself.

        Fantastic explanation.  Funny thing is , I have been working some things like this but forgotten what it was called. 

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          JADELottery,  great stuff you are posting here, but what is the meaning, relevance, and or practical use of these probability formulas for winning or hitting anything?  I am wondering how can these formulas be used to pick a couple of numbers, in laymen terms.  Symmetry is beautiful in nature, chemistry, optics, etc., but does number symmetry help us win? If so where?

          Thanks,

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          Just back test the example with your pick 5 ... and apply the phimatrix and the pick 5 schooling tips.. Amazing~

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            Posted: November 13, 2006, 11:43 pm - IP Logged

            jade lottery do you know anything about combinatorics?I am interested in the field but find not much about the subject and anything i find is very complicated..Do you know anything about combinatorics for dummies?

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              jade lottery do you know anything about combinatorics?I am interested in the field but find not much about the subject and anything i find is very complicated..Do you know anything about combinatorics for dummies?

              I don't know anything about a book, Combinations for Dummies, or anything like that.

              I know a little bit about combinatorics, and do some research and study in the areas of Mathematics and Physics in general and any other subheadings that might be related.

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                Combinatorial Symmetry

                    Symmetric Number - S(n,z) = n - z +1

                      n - total number of items
                      z - item number in the set

                Each combination has a symmetrical equivalent. The symmetrical combinatorial set of a known combination can be found by applying the function to each item number in the set. For example, in a 6/49 lottery, if the numbers drawn were {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}, the symmetrical counter part can be found.

                    {(49 - 2 + 1), (49 - 7 + 1), (49 - 12 + 1), (49 - 33 + 1), (49 - 46 + 1), (49 - 49 + 1)} = {48, 43, 38, 17, 4, 1}

                Put in ascending order {1, 4, 17, 38, 43, 48} is the symmetrical counter part of {2, 7, 12, 33, 46, 49}.

                There are also some combinations that are self symmetric. Example, {1, 13, 24, 26, 37, 49} is symmetric with itself.

                Combinatorial Symmetry - Column Symmetry

                    Symmetric Column Number -    Sc(r,c) = r - c + 1

                      r - items per combinatorial set (pick value)
                      c - column place of the number n referred to in the Symmetric Number earlier

                The symmetric column number relates to combinations that are in ascending order only. As an example, in a 6/49 lottery, the number 1 in column 1 has a symmetric number and column number; symmetric number of 49 = (49 - 1 +1) and symmetric column number of 6 = (6 - 1 + 1). Another example: number 12 in column 2 has a symmetric counter part of the number 38 = (49 - 12 + 1) in column 5 = (6 - 2 + 1).

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