|Posted: June 26, 2008, 4:47 pm - IP Logged|
It's a matter of looking at the data and associated percentages.
Take the last digit info for example. It indicates that no more than two numbers in your pick should contain the last same digit. It also indicates that your pick should have 4 or 5 different last digit values.
If you look at decades, it suggests that no more than 2 numbers in your pick should fall into a range of 1-10, 11-20, 21-30, or 31-39.
Looking at the gaps (the difference between numbers in your pick) it suggests the lowest differnce between your numbers is best, while at the same time, the sum of the differences should be high. Its very conflicting and needs more work to find the best medians.
Seeing the multiplier table, it indicates that only 1-4 numbers in your pick should be divisible by 2, that no more than 3 numbers should be divisible by 3, that no more than 2 numbers should be divisible by4......and so on.
All the data above is a beginning attept to find the sweetest spots out of combinations. The highest chances for your picks. This is only static analysis that is true for any 5/39 game. It does not include the dynamics of historical picks in any state.
I hope this helps a little.
You are a slave to the choices you have made. jk
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