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# Give it your best MATH shot and win a prize !

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rainbow lake
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 Posted: August 15, 2009, 12:59 am - IP Logged

Give it your best MATH shot and win a prize !

How many times a year does a double follow a double in pick 3 ??

What's the expected math average ?

My gut says about 12 to 20 per yr.

Now ...that's just a double double ...... not counting those times it goes 3 or 4 or 5 doubles in a row.

* By the way .....my guess is 2 to 3 times a year we will get 5 doubles in a row.

In a 365 day year .... we can expect approx 99 doubles a year ......and 263 Singles.

Thanks for these Stats Win D

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The Quantum Master
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 Posted: August 25, 2009, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

According to the posted topic - Discharging Reoccurrence Distribution, this value can be found for any reoccurrence of any phenomena. Just plug in the values.

Discharge Reoccurrence - y = (d / m2 ) e -(x / m )

d - total number of draws
m - average rate of reoccurrence
x - draw difference or Dd between two draw occurrences
y - the approximate frequency of reoccurrence for a given draw difference or Dd for a given draw count d

The values in this case are d = 365 (draws, assuming drawn every day), m = 1000 / 270 (total outcomes / total occurrences) , x = 1 (draw difference or one draw to the next).

The formula becomes:

y = (365 / (1000 / 270)2 ) e -(1 / (1000 / 270) )

y = (365 * (270 / 1000)2 ) e -(270 / 1000)

y = (365 * (0.270)2 ) e -0.270

y = (365 * 0.0729) * 0.7634

y = 26.6085 * 0.7634

y = 20.3129 (occurrences in 365 days or draws)

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