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I've found an interval lotto equation

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Posted: August 4, 2008, 11:56 am - IP Logged

O.k. I was watching Curb your enthusiam on hbo last night and was thinking about the lottery but I was also tired so I went to bed when the show was over. I was calculating different JP intervals to find their relation and comparing and contrasting PB and MM JP, specifically record and close to record breaking jps (on my cell phone calculator/ which was kind of difficult to say the least, plus I was bored haha). So after a couple of hours I finally came up with a equation that figures out how they raise their jp intervals;

(X)3/4=Y

This equation I figure is relatively the same as the one lotto officials use officially. Monetary compensation ie lotto ticks is the factor that fluctuates the end result but the basis of the invervals foundation I believe rest in that equation.

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    Posted: August 4, 2008, 7:17 pm - IP Logged

    O.k. I was watching Curb your enthusiam on hbo last night and was thinking about the lottery but I was also tired so I went to bed when the show was over. I was calculating different JP intervals to find their relation and comparing and contrasting PB and MM JP, specifically record and close to record breaking jps (on my cell phone calculator/ which was kind of difficult to say the least, plus I was bored haha). So after a couple of hours I finally came up with a equation that figures out how they raise their jp intervals;

    (X)3/4=Y

    This equation I figure is relatively the same as the one lotto officials use officially. Monetary compensation ie lotto ticks is the factor that fluctuates the end result but the basis of the invervals foundation I believe rest in that equation.

    Thank'ssssssssssssss RBM:

    Played that <<<<<<<<<<one<<<many year's AGO>>>it drove ME 2 JACKPOT!

    LOL

    PSYKOMO

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      Posted: August 4, 2008, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

      What do X and Y represent?

      Gonna win.Big Smile


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        Posted: August 4, 2008, 9:53 pm - IP Logged

        Thank'ssssssssssssss RBM:

        Played that <<<<<<<<<<one<<<many year's AGO>>>it drove ME 2 JACKPOT!

        LOL

        PSYKOMO

        Yea, it worked for me too.

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          Posted: August 4, 2008, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

          What do X and Y represent?

          They represent two of the unknowns.  When someone figures them out plus the other ones not mentioned in this equation they will probably write a book on "How to win the Lottery".

           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
             
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