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# How do you determine when root sums are due .

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Input needed from Blackapple, kaptainess and anyone.Thanks keep it simple..

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Please post in the appropriate forum ... thank you.

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WoW!!  You want me to tell you about Root Sums?  ROFL!!

I don't do Root Sums - can never get my head around it.

What I do to determine what is due is history.  I study the history of the lottery, looking for patterns, pairs, and whatever pops out at me.

Thank you for the vote of confidence.  I do try hard.  With the lottery as it is now I have to try harder!

Hope you hit the Big One!

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You can take the root sum data over a specific amount of time ,say 6 months. You take the hits that the sum has and divide that into the amount of games , that gives you the hit average. Then you take the hit average and divide that into the skips ,That gives you an index number. The higher the index number the more due that root sum is.

The easy way to do it ,is List 1 thru 9, start at the last hits root sum and cross it off and work your way back until you have one root sum left.

Good Luck Libra Dave

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You can take the root sum data over a specific amount of time ,say 6 months. You take the hits that the sum has and divide that into the amount of games , that gives you the hit average. Then you take the hit average and divide that into the skips ,That gives you an index number. The higher the index number the more due that root sum is.

The easy way to do it ,is List 1 thru 9, start at the last hits root sum and cross it off and work your way back until you have one root sum left.

Good Luck Libra Dave

Hey Libra,

Had been looking for an easy way to break into "root sums" and your "easy way to do it" statement made me decide to give it a shot since it only took a minute. Got about 8 numbers to play from my various workouts on the root sum due in SC (4). Will see how it plays out today.

Thanks again to you and to bigato1010 for asking the question.

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You can take the root sum data over a specific amount of time ,say 6 months. You take the hits that the sum has and divide that into the amount of games , that gives you the hit average. Then you take the hit average and divide that into the skips ,That gives you an index number. The higher the index number the more due that root sum is.

The easy way to do it ,is List 1 thru 9, start at the last hits root sum and cross it off and work your way back until you have one root sum left.

Good Luck Libra Dave

Thanks  libra , this just an eye opener.. root sum 9 is so much in michigan is just crazy..

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 Posted: August 21, 2009, 9:57 am - IP Logged

Thanks  libra , this just an eye opener.. root sum 9 is so much in michigan is just crazy..

Pick 3 "Root Sum" to "Sum" Cross-Reference:

RS0=Sum 00
RS1=Sum 01, 10, 19
RS2=Sum 02, 11, 20
RS3=Sum 03, 12, 21
RS4=Sum 04, 13, 22
RS5=Sum 05, 14, 23
RS6=Sum 06, 15, 24
RS7=Sum 07, 16, 25
RS8=Sum 08, 17, 26
RS9=Sum 09, 18, 27

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Input needed from Blackapple, kaptainess and anyone.Thanks keep it simple..

I think you are in Michigan.  For Midday today the most over due Root Sum is: 8.  It has skipped 18 draws and the mathematical average for the number of skips for Root Sums is 9.  Here are the combos for Root Sum 8:

017, 026, 035, 089, 125, 134, 179, 269, 278, 359, 368, 458, 467
008, 116, 224, 233, 044, 449, 557, 566, 377, 188, 899

For Evening the most over due Root Sum is also 8 with a skip of 19 draws.

Most of us do shortsums, but there you have it for Root Sums for today in Michigan.

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There are many ways
My posts go back five years
with experimentations such as the Hydra posts  ..I use an arcane one now.But I revert back to a tried and found
true one such as Solaris,The 90% method

By the way root sums repeat
Jack-C...
Root sum 8 was likely
8/11-8/14 in Mich.
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Michigan 4-1-3

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I think you are in Michigan.  For Midday today the most over due Root Sum is: 8.  It has skipped 18 draws and the mathematical average for the number of skips for Root Sums is 9.  Here are the combos for Root Sum 8:

017, 026, 035, 089, 125, 134, 179, 269, 278, 359, 368, 458, 467
008, 116, 224, 233, 044, 449, 557, 566, 377, 188, 899

For Evening the most over due Root Sum is also 8 with a skip of 19 draws.

Most of us do shortsums, but there you have it for Root Sums for today in Michigan.

Good call Jack - C , BA , libra and Raven . Box hit for me last minute changed 304 to 314 , because  3+4+0 =7  , not root 8 but root sum 7 , quick thinking about rootsum 8 made the difference .I change the 0 to a 1 which made the rootsum 8 ( 1+3+4=8)  . Wtg i am liking rootsums .

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Good call Jack - C , BA , libra and Raven . Box hit for me last minute changed 304 to 314 , because  3+4+0 =7  , not root 8 but root sum 7 , quick thinking about rootsum 8 made the difference .I change the 0 to a 1 which made the rootsum 8 ( 1+3+4=8)  . Wtg i am liking rootsums .

Jack -C and everyone , what rootsum do you like today for Michigan?

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Anyone actually use mirror numbers to predict instead of your real numbers, ...... Do you have an advantage using mirror numbers ?

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