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PLEASE HELP ME ON LOTTERY MATH,GO SLOW BECAUSE I'M NEW TO THE LOTTERY WORLD.....COULD SOMEONE DO THE 667 FOR ME ,THANKS,CHERYLAgree with stupid

ROOT SUMS:

say u got 586 ( last night's draw) 5+8+6=19=1+9=10=1+0=1<--this is your root sum

448 = 1+6=7<--root sum

u r breaking all 3 of your numbers down to one number

hope this helps for a start, there r 10 root sums: 0 to 9, there is only 1 for root sum 0 which is 000=0+0+0=0      Good Luck

  667

+123  7+3=10=1+0=1

  781

 


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    Posted: May 9, 2008, 11:23 am - IP Logged

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH,YOU'RE A SWEET HEARTThumbs UpANYONE THAT WILL HELP WITH THE TN LOTTERY DESERVES A HAND

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      THANK YOU VERY MUCH,YOU'RE A SWEET HEARTThumbs UpANYONE THAT WILL HELP WITH THE TN LOTTERY DESERVES A HAND

      u r very welcome & good luck, O, before I forget, one of our members, Blackapple is the master of rootsums so watch for him  in the pick 3 forums.  He's really good at it.

       

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        Posted: May 9, 2008, 11:40 am - IP Logged

        You use root sums math

        9 + 2 = 11 in regular math, but root sums math it equals 2

        Eleven condenses to 1 + 1 which equals 2.

        All two digit sums are again added together to get a single sum.

        Just so we are all on the same page, does any sum of 12 = 3, any sum of 11 = 2, and any sum of 10 = 1?

        Assuming that I'm on the right page and 9 + 1 = 1, 8 + 2 = 1, and 7 + 3 = 1, the digit 0 can never appear in a lottery math workout. Did they take the ball marked 0 out of the machines or did they load them up with lead?

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          Posted: May 9, 2008, 11:49 am - IP Logged

          Just so we are all on the same page, does any sum of 12 = 3, any sum of 11 = 2, and any sum of 10 = 1?

          Assuming that I'm on the right page and 9 + 1 = 1, 8 + 2 = 1, and 7 + 3 = 1, the digit 0 can never appear in a lottery math workout. Did they take the ball marked 0 out of the machines or did they load them up with lead?

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          u got it & as for the question, that is a good one.  lol, that will be the only time they fill  that, lol, crazy triple 0's with lead.  good night, got to get some sleep, I work at night.

           

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            Just so we are all on the same page, does any sum of 12 = 3, any sum of 11 = 2, and any sum of 10 = 1?

            Assuming that I'm on the right page and 9 + 1 = 1, 8 + 2 = 1, and 7 + 3 = 1, the digit 0 can never appear in a lottery math workout. Did they take the ball marked 0 out of the machines or did they load them up with lead?

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            No: Only this workout!

            Lottery Math: (No Borrow, No Carry)
            289+123=301
            298+123=311

            This Workout: (Root Sum)
            289+123=313 (2+1=3, 8+2=10 1+0=1, 9+3=12 1+2=3)
            298+123=322 (2+1=3, 9+2=11 1+1=2, 8+3=11 1+1=2)

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              Posted: May 9, 2008, 1:38 pm - IP Logged

              188+123+212

               

              122 came last night in Mia.  This is awesome, thanks for sharing.

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                Posted: May 9, 2008, 1:57 pm - IP Logged

                calabs does the first number like you have it 771 always loops back to 771 because i tried  787 and after 14 times adding 123 I Don't get back to 787 not sure why.

                Here is what I got

                1st row is 787 and the carry over number, the 2nd row is the 123 and the 3rd row is when they are added together

                 

                 

                787123910
                910123133
                133123256
                256123379
                379123502
                502123625
                625123748
                748123871
                871123994
                994123127
                127123250
                250123373
                373123496
                496123619
                619123742

                 

                What am I doing Wrong?

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                  Posted: May 9, 2008, 2:27 pm - IP Logged

                  calabs does the first number like you have it 771 always loops back to 771 because i tried  787 and after 14 times adding 123 I Don't get back to 787 not sure why.

                  Here is what I got

                  1st row is 787 and the carry over number, the 2nd row is the 123 and the 3rd row is when they are added together

                   

                   

                  787123910
                  910123133
                  133123256
                  256123379
                  379123502
                  502123625
                  625123748
                  748123871
                  871123994
                  994123127
                  127123250
                  250123373
                  373123496
                  496123619
                  619123742

                   

                  What am I doing Wrong?

                  I'm not Calabs, so I'll be as surprised as you if this works: (lol...)

                  787

                  7+1=8, 8+2=10 1+0=1, 7+3=10 1+0=1: 811

                  8+1=9, 1+2=3, 1+3=4: ..................... 934

                  9+1=10 1+0=1, 3+2=5, 4+3=7: ........... 157

                  1+1=2, 5+2=7, 7+3=10 1+0=1 ........... 271

                  2+1=3, 7+2=9, 1+3=4 ...................... 394

                  3+1=4, 9+2=11 1+1=2, 4+3=7 ........... 427

                  4+1=5, 2+2=4, 7+3=10 1+0=1 ........... 541

                  5+1=6, 4+2=6, 1+3=4 ...................... 664

                  6+1=7, 6+2=8, 4+3=7 ...................... 787

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                    Posted: May 9, 2008, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

                    You use root sums math

                    9 + 2 = 11 in regular math, but root sums math it equals 2

                    Eleven condenses to 1 + 1 which equals 2.

                    All two digit sums are again added together to get a single sum.

                    Hello Steve,

                    I tried NCs last nights number 923 The loop ended with 997 / can you tell we what I am doing incorrectly?

                    Thanks Aleon.

                    923 + 123 =  146

                    146 + 123 =  269

                    269 + 123 =  383

                    383 + 123 =  416

                    416 + 123 =  593

                    593 + 123 =  639

                    639 + 123 =  751

                    751 + 123 =  874

                    874 + 123 =  997

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                      Posted: May 9, 2008, 7:43 pm - IP Logged

                      Hello Steve,

                      I tried NCs last nights number 923 The loop ended with 997 / can you tell we what I am doing incorrectly?

                      Thanks Aleon.

                      923 + 123 =  146

                      146 + 123 =  269

                      269 + 123 =  383

                      383 + 123 =  416

                      416 + 123 =  593

                      593 + 123 =  639

                      639 + 123 =  751

                      751 + 123 =  874

                      874 + 123 =  997

                      Let's see if we can make this work..! LOL

                      923 + 123 =  146

                      146 + 123 =  269

                      269 + 123 =  383

                      383 + 123 =  416

                      416 + 123 =  593  should be 539

                      539 + 123 =  653 

                      653 + 123 =  776

                      776 + 123 =  899

                      899 + 123 =  923

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                        Posted: May 9, 2008, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

                        Thank you very much  Calabs. Will watch/test to see if a hit comes from these numbers.

                        Thank again Aleon   

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                          Posted: May 9, 2008, 9:48 pm - IP Logged

                          No: Only this workout!

                          Lottery Math: (No Borrow, No Carry)
                          289+123=301
                          298+123=311

                          This Workout: (Root Sum)
                          289+123=313 (2+1=3, 8+2=10 1+0=1, 9+3=12 1+2=3)
                          298+123=322 (2+1=3, 9+2=11 1+1=2, 8+3=11 1+1=2)

                          If there is no borrow or carry, how can both 3+9 and 2+9 equal 1 even if it is just for this workout?

                          I can understand if the idea is to add 1 to the first digit, 2 to the second digit, and 3 to the third, but there are only 10 digits in each position. So using your example 2+1=3, 8+2=0, and 9+3=2 (because there is no "12th" digit); it should be 302.

                          In the tic tac toe workouts they place the last number draw in the middle and added and subtract 1,2, and 3 and create combinations horizontal, vertical, and diagonal.

                          1 6 6     1 7 5

                          2 8 9     2 9 8

                          3 0 2     3 1 1

                          166-302-123-680-692-182-386

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                            Posted: May 9, 2008, 11:01 pm - IP Logged

                            Help in NC we are back testing with the Zero....

                            160  (should this be started with a 1 from the TEN? (causing this number to be 161))

                            283  (Causing this to be 284)

                            316

                            439

                            553

                            676

                            799

                            823

                            946

                            169 (What do we do when we get here because the number would be 947 + 123)

                            Thanks in advance.

                            Aleon

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                              If there is no borrow or carry, how can both 3+9 and 2+9 equal 1 even if it is just for this workout?

                              I can understand if the idea is to add 1 to the first digit, 2 to the second digit, and 3 to the third, but there are only 10 digits in each position. So using your example 2+1=3, 8+2=0, and 9+3=2 (because there is no "12th" digit); it should be 302.

                              In the tic tac toe workouts they place the last number draw in the middle and added and subtract 1,2, and 3 and create combinations horizontal, vertical, and diagonal.

                              1 6 6     1 7 5

                              2 8 9     2 9 8

                              3 0 2     3 1 1

                              166-302-123-680-692-182-386

                              *** Correction ***

                              No: Only this workout!

                              Lottery Math: (No Borrow, No Carry)
                              289+123=302
                              298+123=311

                              This Workout: (Root Sum)
                              289+123=313 (2+1=3, 8+2=10 1+0=1, 9+3=12 1+2=3)
                              298+123=322 (2+1=3, 9+2=11 1+1=2, 8+3=11 1+1=2)

                              Thanks for pointing out the typo!

                              Best of Luck!

                              A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!