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Binary Pick 3 Anyone?

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Findlay, Ohio
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Posted: December 15, 2006, 12:43 am - IP Logged

As disclosed in my recent posts concerning the Matrix Completion Cycle and its Decomposition Rate by Half-Life, it's an established fact that very close to 500 different Pick 3 straights (+ or - 20 either way) will be drawn during any span of 693 consecutive games.  Because of this fact, each individual straight Pick 3 number can be given a 50% probability to be drawn within any given span of 693 consecutive games. Esentially, this 50/50 chance allows each combo's performance within a span to be recorded in binary format.  If a specific striaght is drawn, it's recorded with the digit "1". If the straight is not drawn, it's recorded with the digit "0".

The binary outcome strings below represent each straights performance over the course of 15 consecutive 693 game spans.  The state illustrated is Ohio.  The first span starts at game one (Ohio's very first Pick 3 drawing) and ends at game 10,395.  Each of the strings is 15 digts long, so each digit represents the span as well as the combos outcome.  There are 1,000 straights, each of which had 15 seperate 50% chances.  This gives us a total of 1,000 x 15 = 15,000 total digits in the overall outcome of the test. It is not at all surprising that the total count of 1's and 0's splits very close to 50/50.

Total "1's" = 7,441 at 49.61%
Total "0's" = 7,559 at 50.39% 

I'll have more to add to this data this weekend....   

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927 010000110101011
928 000111001001000
929 000001010000011
930 000111011001010
931 010111101110100
932 011011100000101
933 101111100010110
934 000011111010101
935 000101000010100
936 100010111101000
937 001011111001100
938 001110000111000
939 010000011100111
940 001101000001111
941 101010010010010
942 000000110010000
943 001110010111001
944 101111010100000
945 010011011101101
946 001010010010011
947 000011011000100
948 011011000000101
949 011101110110110
950 011110011010100
951 111001101000011
952 011110111100001
953 100100100010010
954 001010010001110
955 011001101011011
956 110000010110100
957 010110110100001
958 000011111111001
959 101000101011101
960 100010111001110
961 001001000011111
962 100001111101100
963 000101011110110
964 010101010001110
965 111000010001000
966 111101000000001
967 110100100000100
968 000001001011010
969 101110001001111
970 111110100011011
971 010111010001000
972 110100010001011
973 000111001001100
974 101110001101010
975 000101001111000
976 111010110110111
977 011010101110111
978 111000110001100
979 110111110100010
980 000100001000000
981 011011010111101
982 111100111111100
983 110110001010111
984 001111010011010
985 001011111011011
986 100100001011111
987 001110101010000
988 111111000110101
989 110001001111000
990 010101011100000
991 100110100111100
992 000110100000111
993 001101110011101
994 010001010110111
995 010110001111000
996 011100011100000
997 000011011110111
998 001100010110011
999 000001000100100

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    Great idea, however, you're one bit short of a Word.

    Have you done it for a full Word?

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      Great idea, however, you're one bit short of a Word.

      Have you done it for a full Word?

      Hmm... not sure what you mean.  Are you looking for a 16th bit, rather than 15?  If so, I'll use a state with 16 spans.

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        Hmm... not sure what you mean.  Are you looking for a 16th bit, rather than 15?  If so, I'll use a state with 16 spans.

        What Base is used for your Binary?

        965 in Binary Base 2=1111000101

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          Hmm... not sure what you mean.  Are you looking for a 16th bit, rather than 15?  If so, I'll use a state with 16 spans.

          1 - bit - one bit

          1111 - nibble - four bits

          11111111 - byte - eight bits

          1111111111111111 - word - sixteen bits

          it's computer jargon.

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            What Base is used for your Binary?

            965 in Binary Base 2=1111000101

            In this case, Thoth's binary sequence of bits do not equate to the decimal value of the bit sequence.


            965
            º 111000010001000 Thoth's bit sequence

            965 ¹ 111000010001000 binary, base-2  or

            965 ¹ 1111000101 binary, base-2 in this example.

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              In this case, Thoth's binary sequence of bits do not equate to the decimal value of the bit sequence.


              965
              º 111000010001000 Thoth's bit sequence

              965 ¹ 111000010001000 binary, base-2  or

              965 ¹ 1111000101 binary, base-2 in this example.

              It's base 2 JADE,

              965 is the number of the Pick 3 Permutation, the "111000010001000" is the binary outcome sequence code, of which there are 2^15 possibilities.

              111000010001000 = converts to base ten as 28,808

                1*2^14
                1*2^13
                1*2^12
                0*2^11
                0*2^10
               0*2^9
               0*2^8
               1*2^7
               0*2^6
               0*2^5
               0*2^4
               1*2^3
               0*2^2
               0*2^1
              +0*2^0
              28,808

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                It's base 2 JADE,

                965 is the number of the Pick 3 Permutation, the "111000010001000" is the binary outcome sequence code, of which there are 2^15 possibilities.

                111000010001000 = converts to base ten as 28,808

                  1*2^14
                  1*2^13
                  1*2^12
                  0*2^11
                  0*2^10
                 0*2^9
                 0*2^8
                 1*2^7
                 0*2^6
                 0*2^5
                 0*2^4
                 1*2^3
                 0*2^2
                 0*2^1
                +0*2^0
                28,808

                ok.

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                  What Base is used for your Binary?

                  965 in Binary Base 2=1111000101

                  210000000000
                  005210000000
                  421526310000
                  842684268421
                  -------------
                  001111000101

                  512+256+128+064+004+001=965

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                    210000000000
                    005210000000
                    421526310000
                    842684268421
                    -------------
                    001111000101

                    512+256+128+064+004+001=965

                    I'm not sure what you mean Ravern?  Please explain

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                      Thoth,

                      This is a very interesting and unique way of looking at things, thanks for sharing it!

                      One the things I really like about it is that it uses the value of a huge history of drawing data effectively, and does so using the most basic principle of a "1" or a "0".  Great stuff!

                      Just so I can understand clearly, you are starting with the right-most digit in the binary sequence, and working your way left, correct?

                      If I have this correct, if the straight combo "0-0-0" was drawn anytime in the first 693 drawings (for Ohio) you are putting a "1" in the right-most position in the 000 row.  If not, you'll put a "0" in that position.  Then, if "0-0-0" was drawn between drawing #694 and #1386, you'll put a "1" in the next position to the left.  So in that case, if "0-0-0" was drawn in both time spans you'll have a total of 3, in base-10 terms (1 for the first digit to the right + 2 for the next digit to its left).

                      That is very cool indeed, but I'm not sure if converting that to base-10 is going to yield the most valuable data, because once you get to the 15th digit, as we have, that 15th digit is going to swing the results dramatically, depending on if it's a 1 or 0.

                      I suppose interpreting the data is the hardest part of any system, and this is no exception.  However, between yourself and the other math whizzes here, I'm sure there are a number of things you can come up with.

                      BTW Jade, I believe the 16th digit would be a "0" at this point, unless you can find a way to construe the data so that it always takes up 16 digits.  But if you do something to the data to fill it to 16 digits, then you're deviating from the original point, which was that you're specifically breaking down the drawing data, counting by 693, because that's the magic number for 50% odds of occurrence.

                      Is there something specific you can do with a word of binary data?

                      Thoth (and everyone else), please do continue this fascinating topic.

                       

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                        Thoth,

                        This is a very interesting and unique way of looking at things, thanks for sharing it!

                        One the things I really like about it is that it uses the value of a huge history of drawing data effectively, and does so using the most basic principle of a "1" or a "0".  Great stuff!

                        Just so I can understand clearly, you are starting with the right-most digit in the binary sequence, and working your way left, correct?

                        If I have this correct, if the straight combo "0-0-0" was drawn anytime in the first 693 drawings (for Ohio) you are putting a "1" in the right-most position in the 000 row.  If not, you'll put a "0" in that position.  Then, if "0-0-0" was drawn between drawing #694 and #1386, you'll put a "1" in the next position to the left.  So in that case, if "0-0-0" was drawn in both time spans you'll have a total of 3, in base-10 terms (1 for the first digit to the right + 2 for the next digit to its left).

                        That is very cool indeed, but I'm not sure if converting that to base-10 is going to yield the most valuable data, because once you get to the 15th digit, as we have, that 15th digit is going to swing the results dramatically, depending on if it's a 1 or 0.

                        I suppose interpreting the data is the hardest part of any system, and this is no exception.  However, between yourself and the other math whizzes here, I'm sure there are a number of things you can come up with.

                        BTW Jade, I believe the 16th digit would be a "0" at this point, unless you can find a way to construe the data so that it always takes up 16 digits.  But if you do something to the data to fill it to 16 digits, then you're deviating from the original point, which was that you're specifically breaking down the drawing data, counting by 693, because that's the magic number for 50% odds of occurrence.

                        Is there something specific you can do with a word of binary data?

                        Thoth (and everyone else), please do continue this fascinating topic.

                        You are exactly right Todd...except I think I overlooked one important aspect of binary numbers.  If they are supposed to be built and/or read from right to left then all my outcome sequences need flipped horizontally.  The left-most digit in the sequence is the outcome of the 1st span of 693 games and the right most the 15th.  Hmm...I may have gotten in a little over my head with this idea lol.

                        The 16th digit would all be zeros until the combo hits (if it hits).  One interesting thing to watch is the way the digits "appear" as more runs are added:

                        050 111011010111110
                        051 010101011110100
                        052 100011100011100
                        053 101111101000000
                        054 101001001111010
                        055 001011010101100
                        056 111010001001110

                        The 15th span for each of the seven combos listed above are all zeros.  You can expect half (3 or 4) of them to be followed by "ones" when span #16 is added.  You can project winning numbers from small groups of numbers this way....very accurately.  However, getting a profit from them is a whole different story.   

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                          I'm not sure what you mean Ravern?  Please explain

                          Quote: Originally posted by Raven62 on December 17, 2006

                          210000000000
                          005210000000
                          421526310000
                          842684268421
                          -------------
                          001111000101

                          512+256+128+064+004+001=965

                          Binary and hexadecimal numbers are two alternatives to the traditional decimal numbers we use in daily life. Engineers and mathematicans sometimes call the binary numbering system a base-two system because binary numbers only contain two digits. By comparison, our normal decimal number system is a base-ten system. All binary numbers have equivalent decimal representations and vice versa.

                          To convert binary and decimal numbers manually, you must apply the mathematical concept of positional values. The positional value concept is simple: With both binary and decimal numbers, the actual value of each digit depends on its position (how "far to the left") within the number.

                          For example, in the decimal number 124, the digit '4' represents the value "four," but the digit '2' represents the value "twenty," not "two." The '2' represents a larger value than the '4' in this case because it lies further to the left in the number.

                          Likewise in the binary number 1111011, the rightmost '1' represents the value "one," but the leftmost '1' represents a much higher value ("sixty-four" in this case).

                          In mathematics, the base of the numbering system determines how much to value digits by position. For base-ten decimal numbers, multiply each digit on the left by a progressive factor of 10 to calculate its value. For base-two binary numbers, multiply each digit on the left by a progressive factor of 2. Calculations always work from right to left.

                          In the above example, the decimal number 123 works out to:

                                3 + (10 * 2) + (10*10 * 1) = 123

                          and the binary number 1111011 converts to decimal as:

                                1 + (2 * 1) + (2*2 * 0) + (4*2 * 1) + (8*2 * 1)+ (16*2 * 1) + (32*2 * 1) = 123

                          Therefore, the binary number 1111011 is equal to the decimal number 123.

                          To convert numbers in the opposite direction, from decimal to binary, requires successive division rather than progressive multiplication. To manually convert from a decimal to a binary number, start with the decimal number and begin dividing by the binary number base (base "two"). For each step the division results in a remainder of 1, use '1' in that position of the binary number. When the division results in a remainder of 0 instead, use '0' in that position. Stop when the division results in a value of 0. The resulting binary numbers are ordered from right to left.

                          For example, the decimal number 109 converts to binary as follows:

                                109 / 2 = 54 remainder 1
                                54 / 2 = 27 remainder 0
                                27 / 2 = 13 remainder 1
                                13 / 2 = 6 remainder 1
                                6 / 2 = 3 remainder 0
                                3 / 2 = 1 remainder 1
                                1 / 2 = 0 remainder 1

                          Therefore the decimal number 109 equals the binary number 1101101.

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                            You might want to keep it like it was before, because it gives the most value to recent drawings, but that's your call -- it's your system!

                            The way binary works is that you start with the right-most digit, which is 0 or 1.  Then, as you move to the left, the value is doubled, so a zero is still worth 0, but a 1 is worth 2.  The next digit to the left you double again, so it's worth 0 or 4, and so on.

                            Therefore, the sequence 011100100010111 would be (reading from right-to-left):

                            1 + 2 + 4 + 0 + 16 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 256 + 0 + 0 + 2048 + 4096 + 8192 + 16384 + 0 = 30999

                            See how a 1 or 0 in the left-most digits can make such a big difference?  Because once you're that far left, the digits are worth a lot more.  That's why I think the answer may not be conversion to base 10.  Maybe the answer is looking at the patterns and going with a probability based on the patterns, or something like that.  There are certainly a thousand different solutions.

                             

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