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# The Quantum Sums

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The Quantum Master
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 Posted: June 6, 2010, 6:19 am - IP Logged

Below is the condensed version of the 3 Sum Quantum Equations for the general set of numbers {01, 02, 03, ... , (n - 2), (n - 1), n}.

The following is the VB code we are using to derive the Mega Power Ball numbers in Our blog.

Function Rand_MegaPower(ByVal n As Integer, ByVal a As Integer, ByVal b As Integer) As Integer

Dim c, i, j As Integer
Dim x, y, yj As Double
Dim NumberFound As Boolean

NumberFound = False

Do

'Randomize y value
y = Rnd() * ((3 * n * n + 1) / 4)

'Randomize k Quantum Limit
If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

yj = (n * n - n) / 2

Else

yj = (n * n + n) / 2

End If

'j Function Quantum based on Random y value and k Quantum Limit jy
If y <= yj Then

j = 0

Else

j = 1

End If

'Randomize i Symmetry Quantum
If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

i = 0

Else

i = 1

End If

x = (3 * (1 + (2 * i - 2 * i * j + j) * n) + (1 - 2 * i) * (1 - 2 * j) * Sqr(1 + 3 * j * n * n + (8 - 12 * j) * y)) / 2

c = Round(x, 0) - a - b

If (c >= 1) And (c <= n) Then NumberFound = True

Loop Until NumberFound

Rand_MegaPower = c

End Function

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The Quantum Master
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 Posted: June 9, 2010, 3:49 pm - IP Logged

Found a minor error and corrected.

The following is a repost of the VB Function Code:

Function Rand_MegaPower(ByVal n As Integer, ByVal a As Integer, ByVal b As Integer) As Integer

Dim c, i, j As Integer
Dim x, y, yj As Double
Dim NumberFound As Boolean

NumberFound = False

Do

'Randomize y value
y = Rnd() * ((3 * n * n + 1) / 4)

'Randomize k Quantum Limit
If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

yj = (n * n - n) / 2

Else

yj = (n * n + n) / 2

End If

'j Function Quantum based on Random y value and k Quantum Limit jy
If y <= yj Then

j = 0

Else

j = 1

End If

'Randomize i Symmetry Quantum
If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

i = 0

Else

i = 1

End If

x = (3 * (1 + (2 * i - 2 * i * j + j) * n) + (1 - 2 * i) * (1 - 2 * j) * System.Math.Sqrt(1 + 3 * j * n * n + (8 * (1 - 2 * j) / (1 + j)) * y)) / 2

c = System.Math.Round(x, 0) - a - b

If (c >= 1) And (c <= n) Then NumberFound = True

Loop Until NumberFound

Rand_MegaPower = c

End Function

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Any gain or loss is your responsibility.

Order is a Subset of Chaos
Knowledge is Beyond Belief
Wisdom is Not Censored
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Jehocifer

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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 3:32 pm - IP Logged

Wow! If you are not indeed the "mathematical alpha geek" you are not far from it. I haven't seen this may equations since college, or what little I've finished. I will be referring to your formula's to experiment with my own numbers. I wish you continued success JADELottery!

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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

Wow! If you are not indeed the "mathematical alpha geek" you are not far from it. I haven't seen this may equations since college, or what little I've finished. I will be referring to your formula's to experiment with my own numbers. I wish you continued success JADELottery!

That's providing I know what I am looking at...I was never that good at math...never took it seriously!

So I may ask for a little help Doug if you don't mind.

Success in abundance to you once again!!

The Quantum Master
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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 4:40 pm - IP Logged

That's providing I know what I am looking at...I was never that good at math...never took it seriously!

So I may ask for a little help Doug if you don't mind.

Success in abundance to you once again!!

Thanks, it's just a little hobby of ours.

We're constantly thinking about numbers and all that it relates to.

Expressing the more abstract is a bit more of a challange.

There are times when we have to stop for a while, step back and say "What the heelll were you thinking?"

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Order is a Subset of Chaos
Knowledge is Beyond Belief
Wisdom is Not Censored
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Jehocifer

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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 4:59 pm - IP Logged

I would seperate my numbers with this symbol "^". Can you briefly tell me the significance of it in relation to mathematics?

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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 5:18 pm - IP Logged

Please just give me the winning number, to much math for me

The Quantum Master
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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

As far we know, that is the hat symbol, '^', and in programming it means ' to the power of '.

Example: 2 ^ 3, is 2 to the power of 3, or 23.

It means multiply 2 by itself 3 times or 2 x 2 x 2 and that equals 8.

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The Quantum Master
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 Posted: June 30, 2010, 6:24 pm - IP Logged

Please just give me the winning number, to much math for me

That's ok, you don't have to do the math.

This post is intended for those who can understand it and use it in a program they are working on.

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Jehocifer

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 Posted: July 2, 2010, 12:16 am - IP Logged

As far we know, that is the hat symbol, '^', and in programming it means ' to the power of '.

Example: 2 ^ 3, is 2 to the power of 3, or 23.

It means multiply 2 by itself 3 times or 2 x 2 x 2 and that equals 8.

Thanks for the insight. I thought it had some complicated function related to trigonomatry or something. But it really seems simple.

Once again thanks!

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