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math problem worth a million can you answer it

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Posted: January 22, 2007, 12:26 pm - IP Logged

i have this problem i worked a math system out and and i am down to the finial part and can not get the answer. it involves a numbers system of math, it all lays together and i need to know one thing there is the problem example and i need one digit in any correct spot of each 4 sets if i could do that i could hit any number in any lottery. can you help

set1      set2    set3  set4

7654    1593    4062   3951

7159    7359    4062   9258

9357    1098    8260  3951

each one of these sets represents the first second third and forth digit of a number i know the second digit of the last row always lands in the second spot of the middle row i need a way to find the proper spot of any digit in each row this is worth millions if it could be broke. each number of the lottery has a diffrent four sets i will share this with anyone who breaks it.

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    i have this problem i worked a math system out and and i am down to the finial part and can not get the answer. it involves a numbers system of math, it all lays together and i need to know one thing there is the problem example and i need one digit in any correct spot of each 4 sets if i could do that i could hit any number in any lottery. can you help

    set1      set2    set3  set4

    7654    1593    4062   3951

    7159    7359    4062   9258

    9357    1098    8260  3951

    each one of these sets represents the first second third and forth digit of a number i know the second digit of the last row always lands in the second spot of the middle row i need a way to find the proper spot of any digit in each row this is worth millions if it could be broke. each number of the lottery has a diffrent four sets i will share this with anyone who breaks it.

    LM99,

    Can you explain "The second digit of the last row always lands in the second spot of the middle row"?

    Thanks!! 

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      Yes, if you could explain by way of an example that would help.

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        look in the last row in each set of numbers (set 1 for example)bottom set of numbers, the second digit of the four digits in that row will be in the second spot of the middle set

        7654  1593  4062  3951

        7159  7395  4062  9258

        9357  1098  8260  3951 

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          if you are using an even number of digits in your wheel/system try using and odd number of digits.
          many times i had this problem wheeling even amounts of digits i continuously get repeat
          numbers. Using an odd amount solved it for me.

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            Posted: January 22, 2007, 2:15 pm - IP Logged

            i could tell you what all this means but if i did that i would be putting you on the same course of thought that i am at what i need is a new look at it and a new approch i have been toying with this for years and i understand what ever digit means.. it all leads to stright 3 digit and stright 4 digits, lotto numbers keno and the works.

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              look in the last row in each set of numbers (set 1 for example)bottom set of numbers, the second digit of the four digits in that row will be in the second spot of the middle set

              7654  1593  4062  3951

              7159  7395  4062  9258

              9357  1098  8260  3951 

              Ok that's what I thought.

              Does each 4 digit number in each set represent something?

              4062 is listed twice in set 3

              3951 is listed twice in set4

              "5"s constant in the 3rd position of each combination in set 1

              "9"'s " "                                                     set 2

              "6"s  " "                                                      set 3

              "5"s " "                                                      set 4

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                four4me

                the odd and even are the mirror to each other this doubles the amount of numbers that one would have to play odd and even on each one would go from 1 number to 16 and ect.

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                  Posted: January 22, 2007, 2:48 pm - IP Logged

                  the constant digits that you are seeing are the added total of the three digit number in that case

                  more info.

                  in this number the three digit number was 294 added total is 15

                  the five is the total

                  7654

                  7159

                  9357

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                    the constant digits that you are seeing are the added total of the three digit number in that case

                    more info.

                    in this number the three digit number was 294 added total is 15

                    the five is the total

                    7654

                    7159

                    9357

                    The 3rd digit of each four number combination is always the root sum?? 

                    What do the rest of the numbers represent?

                    Thanks!! 

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                      Posted: January 23, 2007, 1:56 pm - IP Logged

                      is this a question or a fact that the third digit of each set is the root sum??

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                        is this a question or a fact that the third digit is always the root sum

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                          the constant digits that you are seeing are the added total of the three digit number in that case

                          more info.

                          in this number the three digit number was 294 added total is 15

                          the five is the total

                          7654

                          7159

                          9357

                          LM99,

                          This was your post 294 = 15

                          I just asked the question.

                          Could you explain how you get the 4 sets of 4 digit numbers??

                          winsum 

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                            Posted: January 23, 2007, 11:08 pm - IP Logged

                            my question is how it relates to keno peaked my interest greatly if you could explain that. thanks hope someone solves your problem. looks quite interesting.

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                              thanks everyone but i believe the answer is no answer because all systems and numbers are randon