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Xtra's Binary Formula, Pick3 solved.

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exp: #2__

__120__64__32__16__8__4__2__1

__0____0___1___1___0__0__1__0

 

Pick 3 DAY TX: Fri. Apr 30, 2010- (248)

                       Sat. May 1, 2010- (406)

                       Mon. May 3, 2010- (185)

                       Tue. May 4, 2010- (678 winning numerates)

 

Fri. Apr. 30, 2010- (((248)))

*Addition is accumulated from right to left...refer to example above. 2+16+32=(50) (value of 2)

*(Numeral 4) 00110100...4+16+32=(52) (value of 4)

*52-50=(2) (first digit) multiply times (2)...Why 2? You are attempting to produce two sets of 3 digit "sequentials" inwhich every is universally combined/connected.

*2x2=(4) (second digit)

*(Numeral 8) 00111000...8+16+32=(56) (value of 8)

*add ending numbers 52(2) and 56(6)...this is how the (NUMERAL 8) is produced within the sequence (248)

* Subtract the (2) from (6) and you produce the next numeral in the pick3 (4) Sat. May 1, 2010 (406) (operations continued)...

 

This is only step one, and of course I've omitted a few very important details as it relates to the next sequence. I merely provided an example to validate my formula and prove to the negative/shallow critics that it is indeed possible...and exposed.

 

If anyone of genuine interest would like to dicuss my findings, I'd be more than happy to chat. To my critics, well...THANK YOU.


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    I've given my critics something basic to tinker around with. When I was open to explaining how the operation is instituted, no-one was compelled enough to listen. Seems simplistic enough, doesn't it?

     

    Regards,

    XConehead

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      50 Decimal=(32+16+2)=32 Hexadecimal=00110010 Binary

      248 Decimal (128+64+32+16+8)=F8 Hexadecimal=11111000 Binary

      406 Decimal (256+128+16+4+2)=196 Hexadecimal=110010110 Binary

      185 Decimal (128+32+16+8+8+1)=B9 Hexadecimal=10111001 Binary

      678 Decimal (512+128+32+4+2)=2A6 Hexadecimal=1010100110 Binary

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        120  64  32  16  8  4  2  1 

         01

        000

        101

         

        (2 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[1x2]+[0x1] 00110010 bin Decimal 50

        (4 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110100 bin Decimal 52

        (8 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[1x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00111000 bin Decimal 56

         

        (4 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110100 bin Decimal 52

        (0 even, doubles 4=8) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110000 bin Decimal 48

        (6 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[1x2]+[0x1] 00110110 bin Decimal 54

         

        (1 odd, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[1x1] 00110001 bin Decimal 49

        (8 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[1x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00111000 bin Decimal 56

        (5 odd, doubles 2=4 ) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+0x2]+[1x1] 00110101 bin Decimal 53

         

        50 52 56

        52 48 54

        49 56 53

        The next step...have at it.


        Regards,

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          I've given my critics something basic to tinker around with. When I was open to explaining how the operation is instituted, no-one was compelled enough to listen. Seems simplistic enough, doesn't it?

           

          Regards,

          XConehead

          Now in english, tell us what the winning number will be for Florida tonight May 6, 2010. If you can do that, I'll eat my sock.

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            120  64  32  16  8  4  2  1 

             01

            000

            101

             

            (2 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[1x2]+[0x1] 00110010 bin Decimal 50

            (4 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110100 bin Decimal 52

            (8 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[1x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00111000 bin Decimal 56

             

            (4 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110100 bin Decimal 52

            (0 even, doubles 4=8) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00110000 bin Decimal 48

            (6 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+[1x2]+[0x1] 00110110 bin Decimal 54

             

            (1 odd, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[1x1] 00110001 bin Decimal 49

            (8 even, doubles 3=6) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[1x8]+[0x4]+[0x2]+[0x1] 00111000 bin Decimal 56

            (5 odd, doubles 2=4 ) [0x120]+[0x64]+[1x32]+[1x16]+[0x8]+[1x4]+0x2]+[1x1] 00110101 bin Decimal 53

             

            50 52 56

            52 48 54

            49 56 53

            The next step...have at it.


            Regards,

            X=∞  infinity

            I believe you have mistyped a numeral. 

             

            128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

             

            I use binary, too, but I only play the P5 games.


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              If you're so smart, how come everyone sees right through your double talk?

               

              Please - Post a winning number before it's actually drawn or crawl back under the cactus from which you came.


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                50 Decimal=(32+16+2)=32 Hexadecimal=00110010 Binary

                248 Decimal (128+64+32+16+8)=F8 Hexadecimal=11111000 Binary

                406 Decimal (256+128+16+4+2)=196 Hexadecimal=110010110 Binary

                185 Decimal (128+32+16+8+8+1)=B9 Hexadecimal=10111001 Binary

                678 Decimal (512+128+32+4+2)=2A6 Hexadecimal=1010100110 Binary

                If anyone can decipher this, it would be cool as heck to try.

                Raven, you need to empty out your pm box. It's full and I can't send you a pm. Thanx.

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                  Do u have a pick from 835 for Maryland????, thanks

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                    Now in english, tell us what the winning number will be for Florida tonight May 6, 2010. If you can do that, I'll eat my sock.

                    yeah can you tell us in ENGLISH what the Pick3 number for Georgia and certain state is...

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                      Do u have a pick from 835 for Maryland????, thanks

                       Niki here is one 913  check my blog i just posted it  game


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                        i am new to this site and i am a beginner in playing the lottery as well as math lol. i suck at math. is their anyway to explain it in a more easier way if that is possible?? also i see that this is for pick 3, but could this be applied to other lottery such as powerball? or not.

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                            lol...I'm assuming that you are "one of those" only interested in winning and not how the answer is even remotely developed. I'll provide you with the winning digits (2 weeks worth). In the result you do win...I'd like half the earnings. This is what I've been doing for sometime now between 12 individuals across the continental U.S. Feel free "to do the math". Send a pm Joker...Ill send you tomorrows winning numbers, if you would like to take me up on this particular offer. If not...I value your opinion no more than attempting to communicate/describe "colors" to an individual born blind...in sign language.

                             

                             

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                              If anyone can decipher this, it would be cool as heck to try.

                              Raven, you need to empty out your pm box. It's full and I can't send you a pm. Thanx.

                              Its already "deciphered"...maybe "understanding it" would be even more cooler Mr.Joker. lol

                               

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