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Pick 22: Combinations and Permutations

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Posted: November 21, 2006, 4:35 am - IP Logged

However in the number 1859095435601128890252 there are the following repeated numbers

0 - 3
1 - 3
2 - 3
5 - 4
8 - 3
9 - 3

But they are not all consecutive.

1 and 8 have a consecutive repeat of 11 and 88.

Actual I wasn't referring to consecutive repeats. ??

hmm..... maybe I shouldn't use to the word "repeat" at all because technically one could say a repeat doesn't occur until the digit has already been drawn at least once.

How about "Digit Count" within total permutations?  My goal was to find the exact number of times a particular digit occurred within the total amount of permuations that are possible...effectively giving the exact probability for a particular digit to occur X amount of times within X amount of games....in this case, it's 22 consecutive trials of picking a number between 0 and 9.  Im still confused as to how to apply a formula for finding the total outcome patterns/basic forms. 

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    The Quantum Master
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    Posted: November 21, 2006, 4:42 am - IP Logged

    Actual I wasn't referring to consecutive repeats. ??

    hmm..... maybe I shouldn't use to the word "repeat" at all because technically one could say a repeat doesn't occur until the digit has already been drawn at least once.

    How about "Digit Count" within total permutations?  My goal was to find the exact number of times a particular digit occurred within the total amount of permuations that are possible...effectively giving the exact probability for a particular digit to occur X amount of times within X amount of games....in this case, it's 22 consecutive trials of picking a number between 0 and 9.  Im still confused as to how to apply a formula for finding the total outcome patterns/basic forms. 

    Well, I'll get to crunchin'...  hopefully we are arriving at the same point, but from different directions.

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      Posted: November 21, 2006, 4:50 am - IP Logged

      Also, I've posted this in a different topic at some point in the past. It might help.

      PICK_1_TO_PICK_10_BASE_FORM_COMB_PERM_PROD_TOTAL_OCCUR.xls

      It's an Excel sheet I've come up with for all combination and permutation related info on Pick 1 to Pick 10.

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