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# math problem worth a million can you answer 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.

lotteryman99,

Not sure what you are asking. Are you looking for the next spot of each number in the next set? Although, each draw is theoretically random, there are patterns. And patterns can have multiple conditions associated with them(ex. If A then 1 or If B then 2)

Please clarify what you mean when you say "find the proper spot of any digit in each row..."

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each set is an example of the way the system figured.  from one set predict with accutacy one digit in any spot then the next set predict one digit in a spot it must be in the correct spot one set at a time, each set represnts a digt of the next nymber to play. i would explain more how it works except that would put you in the same thanking as me, i am looking for a diffrent view, this system is all math and if you look closely you will see they all have the same make up in there figures.

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Info and history is power

What were circumstances

when these numbers

were chosen.

Where 294 from?

Is  there more

******************

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

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set1      set2    set3  set4

7654    1593    4062   3951

7159    7359    4062   9258

9357    1098    8260  3951

All these numbers have a certain pattern, but the pattern won't make sense unless the 3rd number in set 1 changes to something like 6307, 9097, 9187, 9277, 9367, etc. If indeed you have made a mistake on number 3 in set 1. I might have some info for you. Let me know, -POGO-

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The last number in row 1 of each set is 1 less than. Lottoman, does this give us 2 things we now know?

765159 4062  3951

7159  7395  4062  9258

9357  1098  8260  3951

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 Sorry, I was not completely clear. The last number in row 1 of each set is 1 less than the last number in row 1 of the prior set.  Lottoman, does this give us 2 things we now know?   7654  1593  4062  39517159  7395  4062  92589357  1098  8260  3951
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7654 1593 4062 3951

7159 7395 4062 9258

9357 1098 8260 3951

3rd column in each set is the same number is significant because it is in all the sets. -POGO-

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set1    set2    set3    set4

7654  1593  4062  3951
7159  7395  4062  9258
9357  1098  8260  3951

Known so far

1) 3rd digit of each set is the same for all 3 (5,9,6,5)
2) 2nd number in third row of sets 1,2,3 equal 2nd number in 2nd row of sets 2,3,4, respectively.
3) each set has a repeating number in the first column (7's, 1's, 4's and 3's)
4) set 3 and set 4 have 2 duplicate rows (4062, 3951)
5)Sums all even
Set1  set2  set3  set4
22    18    12    18
22    24    12    24
23    18    16    18

NOt enough info, can't see where it's going
sounds like a problem for Microsoft Excel.

Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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set1  set2  set3  set4

7654  1593  4062  3951
7159  7395  4062  9258
9357  1098  8260  3951

1)Set 1
3rd digit is the same distance from the 2nd and 4th
examples

7654
6=5+1
4=5-1

7159
1=5-4
9=5+4

9357
3=5-2
7=5+2

2)Set 3
digit1 - digit2 + digit4 = digit3
examples

4062
4-0+2=6 (4062 appears twice)

8260
8-2+0=6

Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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HyperSonic meant:

Set1  set2  set3  set4
22    18    12    18
22    24    12    24
24    18    16    18

Root Sums:

Set1  set2  set3  set4
4       9       3      9
4      6      3       6
6      9      7      9

Notice Patterns:

9's - form a box

4's - 1st pillar

3's - 2nd pillar

& what I thought is suppose to be 7 6 combo going diagonally up from left to right (assuming the lower left number is incorrect)

Which is why I asked earlier if that was the correct number for that box and not a typo... -Pogo-

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hey lotteryman99 i know your almost there,wont be long,bud1

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