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X/Pi + 666 And Easy Devil Lite

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Posted: August 23, 2009, 3:28 pm - IP Logged

THIS POST REFERS TO THE FOLLOWING THREAD POSTED BY LUCK1313 IN 2006:

   

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/131732

 

FOR THOSE OF US WHO DO NOT HAVE OR USE EASY DEVIL LITE, CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN HOW TO DO THE PEN AND PAPER CALCULATION FOR THE FINAL VALUE OF X, AFTER THE SUM OF THE NUMBERS IS OBTAINED. I TRIED PLUGGING THE X (SUM) VALUE INTO THE EQUATION X/Pi + 666, BUT I DID NOT COME OUT WITH THE SAME RESULTS IN THIS THREAD.  I COULDN'T TELL IF LOTTERY MATH OR REGULAR MATH WAS BEING USED, OR IF THE ADDITION OF + 666 COMES BEFORE OR AFTER THE DECIMAL POINT. 

THIS IS A BRIEF EXCERPT OF THE THREAD ABOVE, TO LET YOU KNOW WHAT PROBLEM I AM REFERING TO.  PLEASE READ THE ACTUAL THREAD YOURSELF. 

"I've been playing around with that Aaron Denahue theory of   x = x/pi +666
and I got to the conclusion that the x is not the last number drawn  but something different.... x= the sum of the numbers so I tryed square rootting numbers and then adding the result to get a SUM of the square .
example:   Florida cash 3 for 03/18/06 =438
so 438 x 438 = 191844                            ( THIS IS NOT THE SQUARE ROOT ???)
then 1+9+1+8+4+4 = 27 (the SUM)       (THIS IS NOT THE SUM OF THE SQUARE ROOT ???)
so I added zero before 27 to come up with 3 digits = 027 
ok now I used 027 as the "x" for  Easy Devil to do the work
and voila 752 straight hit 03/19/06 "
 
   
THESE ARE MY RESULTS, TRYING TO DO THE PEN AND PAPER CALCULATIONS:
   
027 / 3.14 = 8.59872611464
   
                   8.59872611464
            +666
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    =        664.59872611464    (USING LOTTERY MATH AND LINING THE DECIMAL POINTS UP CORRECTLY)
   
OR
 
          8.59872611464
        +666
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     =   4.15872611464 (LOTTERY MATH, BRING THE OTHER NUMBERS DOWN)
 
OR
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8.59872611464 + 666 = 674.598726114 (REGULAR MATH)
 
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I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE LUCKY1313 GOT THE RESULT 752 FROM THE CALCULATIONS OF THIS FORMULA, BECAUSE HE SEEMS TO IMPLY THAT THE FORMULA PRODUCED THE WINNING NUMBER 752, FOR THE NEXT DAY.
 
REREAD THE TREAD. 
 
CAN ANYONE FIGURE THIS MATH OUT CORRECTLY ???
 
THANKS.
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    Posted: August 23, 2009, 6:17 pm - IP Logged

    The value of X is going to vary widely every single day for every drawing. It will be different for every state and even for the state you are playing in.

    If it worked - then a table for all of the numbers would have been worked out and we would probably not have lotteries to play.

    It's easy to back test this to see if the same value of x works.

     

    I took the formula and just solved for x for several past drawings in my state to see what x would have to be to get the number drawn that day and I got a bizarre, wide range of numbers, negative to positive.

     

    I wish the lottery was, "figure out the magical formula" and win every day!


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      Posted: August 23, 2009, 7:41 pm - IP Logged

      Florida midday was 170. The square root was 28900, and the sum is 19. Adding 0 at the end of 19 gives us 190

      190/3.14+666= 726.50955414012738853503184713376

      I like 336.

      let's see.


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        Posted: August 23, 2009, 8:10 pm - IP Logged

        Florida midday was 170. The square root was 28900, and the sum is 19. Adding 0 at the end of 19 gives us 190

        190/3.14+666= 726.50955414012738853503184713376

        I like 336.

        let's see.

        Tonight's Florida winner was 724. I should study more on the initial numbers before the decimal point.

        I think I saw a thread within the thread above that showed the numbers before the decimal point had 2 out of 3 most of the time.

        I'll have to look into this.

        Here's the thread within the thread above:    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/130050

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          Posted: August 23, 2009, 8:18 pm - IP Logged

          I think 752 comes from primary numbers taking 27 and mixing with the rest of the numbers


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            Posted: August 23, 2009, 8:32 pm - IP Logged

            I think 752 comes from primary numbers taking 27 and mixing with the rest of the numbers

            I think the 752 comes from the easy devil lite program. If you read it again it says he plugged in the number and it spit out the number 752. So whatever the equation was within the easy lite program was how the 752 was derived.

            I clicked on the easy devil lite link in another thread, and it is no longer available. Sfillipo, the person who wrote the program, has deleted it at Angelfire (a hosting company).


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              Posted: August 23, 2009, 8:51 pm - IP Logged

              2 out of 3 in Maryland.....

              Maryland midday was 617. Square root was 380689. Sum is 34. Now a twist. Don't put a "0" at the end of 34. Just punch 34 alone into the equation.

              34/3.14+666= 676.820254................

              The eve. winner was 656. 2 out of 3


               

               

              Maryland6-1-76-5-66-1-9-34-7-5-8
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                Posted: August 24, 2009, 1:49 pm - IP Logged

                can someone decipher and decode the formula;a b c x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p
                It would be great. Help Help


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                  Posted: August 24, 2009, 2:09 pm - IP Logged

                  Tonight's Florida winner was 724. I should study more on the initial numbers before the decimal point.

                  I think I saw a thread within the thread above that showed the numbers before the decimal point had 2 out of 3 most of the time.

                  I'll have to look into this.

                  Here's the thread within the thread above:    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/130050

                  Looks like Florida got another 2 out of 3 in today's midday. Last night's Florida winner was 724.

                  724 x 724 = 524176

                  Sum = 25

                  25/3.14 = 7.91678..............................................

                  7.91678 + 666 = 673.9617834394................

                  Today's Florida winning number was 677. 2 out of 3 again.

                  If it wasn't so time consuming, I'd check every state to see how many of these are out there.

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                    Posted: August 24, 2009, 3:24 pm - IP Logged

                    That's cool but the range of numbers that the formula will produce is fixed.

                    The winning number could be anywhere from 000 to 999.

                    Even if you take 999 X 999 you get 998001 which sums to 27.

                    So you could have a potential range of sums from 1 to 54.

                    1/3.14 = .318 and even if you had a square that ended up as 999,999 you would have a sum of 54.

                    54/3.14 = 17.197 so,

                    The range of your target number would be .318 + 666 = 666.318 to 17.197 + 666 = 683.197