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# The 2.882 System

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You are getting 4-digit strings to use in a wheel.

The numbers produced by that string are:

123, 124, 134, 234

So, in the example first given, if you played all those strings, you would be playing 72 numbers.

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You will need a 12 digit calculator for this, an adding machine won't work.

Take note players in North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Oklahoma,

Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Tri State and Texas--this seems to work pretty well in these states.

These states you have listed are also the states (including a few others) that frequentlyget NC numbers (using Jan-Feb stats) before and after with the exception of GA and MD.  I thought it was interesting that you were using these states for this workout.  Good work!

That IS interesting,Tenaj, I had no idea! Thanks for that info!

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You can use the scientific view of the calculator on your computer.  35/2.882=12.144344205412907702987038861901

Since you will get a lot more than 12 digits, you'll have to only look at the first 12 digits and discard the rest.

RJOH,thanks for the tip! I didn't realize that.

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You are using Pick 3 numbers to obtain plays for a Pick 4 game??

Hello bobby,

These are for Pick 3 only. You would play first 3/back 3 so for 7823 you would play 782 and 823.

Thanks for stopping in!

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So, in the example first given, if you played all those strings, you would be playing 72 numbers.

Hello Britney,

Just like I told bobby,you're only playing front 3/back 3 so we're only looking at 36 numbers. Thanks for viewing!

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Hello Britney,

Just like I told bobby,you're only playing front 3/back 3 so we're only looking at 36 numbers. Thanks for viewing!

I saw that and went back and looked at all your posts in this thread and did not see where you said that.  You said here are your numbers to watch for and you gave some strings.  Somehow I missed the part about playing first 3 and last 3, sorry about that.

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You can use the scientific view of the calculator on your computer.  35/2.882=12.144344205412907702987038861901

Since you will get a lot more than 12 digits, you'll have to only look at the first 12 digits and discard the rest.

Thank you for the tip.  What would you do on your computer for the numbers that is given when you press the = sign again on your calculator?

wpb

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Thank you for the tip.  What would you do on your computer for the numbers that is given when you press the = sign again on your calculator?

wpb,

When you keep pressing your equals sign, just count up the first 12 digits like RJOH said and forget about the rest. I'm going to try it now to see if it comes up with the same numbers I am getting.

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That works ok until you try the 92 in the example at the beginning. The 12 digit gives 31.922276197(only 11 #'s) which is what LL used but the scientific gives 31.922276197085357390700902151284 so you really wouldn't know the 12 digit calculator only shows 11 numbers using the computer calculator.

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That works ok until you try the 92 in the example at the beginning. The 12 digit gives 31.922276197(only 11 #'s) which is what LL used but the scientific gives 31.922276197085357390700902151284 so you really wouldn't know the 12 digit calculator only shows 11 numbers using the computer calculator.

On you hand held calculator, the zero was considered insignificant and was depressed.

31.922276197085357390700902151284

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That works ok until you try the 92 in the example at the beginning. The 12 digit gives 31.922276197(only 11 #'s) which is what LL used but the scientific gives 31.922276197085357390700902151284 so you really wouldn't know the 12 digit calculator only shows 11 numbers using the computer calculator.

This is what I just tried out---

I tried dividing 53 by 2.882---

Scientific calculator gave me these--

183900069396

638098783470

221408321814

My 12 digit gave me the same results for the first and last set of numbers but the middle one gave me

638098783469

We all know how just one number can make or break you in the lottery. Try getting a 12 digit if your budget permits.

Just squinting and trying to make out those tiny scientific calculator numbers gave me a headache haha.

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OK, I am completely confused.  I used the number 35 as shown in the example and using my computer the first set of numbers using the scientific view is

 12.1443

so my first set of 4 numbers are 1214 and my second set in that string is 2054

disregard the 1E+01.  I don't know what that is.  Now what do I do for the next step using my computer.  The instructions says press the = sign again.  Do I need another formula in a different cell?   I love to learn something new, but it may be simpler to just go get another calculator. LOL

wpb

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OK, I am completely confused.  I used the number 35 as shown in the example and using my computer the first set of numbers using the scientific view is

 12.1443

so my first set of 4 numbers are 1214 and my second set in that string is 2054

disregard the 1E+01.  I don't know what that is.  Now what do I do for the next step using my computer.  The instructions says press the = sign again.  Do I need another formula in a different cell?   I love to learn something new, but it may be simpler to just go get another calculator. LOL

I take it you are using some sort of calculator in Excel? Try using the one that comes on your computer,under accessories. Then you won't get the 1E+01 thingy. It will just come up numbers.

Or best yet, get that calculator,haha!

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You did it again  lottolatughs

PA day   796---9671

PA nite   237---6273

these is something very good.. thank you

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I take it you are using some sort of calculator in Excel? Try using the one that comes on your computer,under accessories. Then you won't get the 1E+01 thingy. It will just come up numbers.

Or best yet, get that calculator,haha!

you are right.  I was using the excel calculator.  I have not used the calculator under the accessories since I bought this computer.  I completly forgot about it.  LOL

wpb

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