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# Subset lexicographic Number Relashionship

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In a pick 6 game (6/49) take the following combinations and their lexicographic numbers

2,11,24,30,27,48 lexicographic number 2730451

2,11,29,30,27,48 lexicographic number 2738256

Both combinations have 2,11,30,27,48 as a subset.

Using only lexicographic numbers, how would you know 2,11,30,27,48 is a subset of 2730451 and 2738256?

Thank you.

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I forgot to sort my numbers and the correct Lex are as follows

2,11,24,27,30,48 =2,729,939

2,11,27,29,30,48 =2,735,674

Sorry for that

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I forgot to sort my numbers and the correct Lex are as follows

2,11,24,27,30,48 =2,729,939

2,11,27,29,30,48 =2,735,674

Sorry for that

The only way you can find the subsets for any 6/49 combination is entering the 2 combinations then comparing the 2.

Below is a download link to an excel file that might help you out.

You have 2 options:

1.  In the Excel worksheet enter your (2) 6/49 combiations in cell ranges d6 through i6 and also enter the 2nd combination in cell range d11 through   i11.

Keep an eye to the cell ranges m6 through t6 and also m11 through t11 for positional changes.

The Lex Numbers will be in cells k6 and k11

2. In the Excel worksheet enter any 8 digit 6/49 Lexi value (00000001 through 13983816) in cell range M18 through T18.  Then click the Toolbar

enter any 8 digit 6/49 Lexi value (00000001 through 13983816) in cell range M26 through T26.  Then click the 2nd Toolbar

When you click the Toolbars you will see the combinations in cell ranges d18 through i18 and also d26 through i26

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The only way you can find the subsets for any 6/49 combination is entering the 2 combinations then comparing the 2.

Below is a download link to an excel file that might help you out.

You have 2 options:

1.  In the Excel worksheet enter your (2) 6/49 combiations in cell ranges d6 through i6 and also enter the 2nd combination in cell range d11 through   i11.

Keep an eye to the cell ranges m6 through t6 and also m11 through t11 for positional changes.

The Lex Numbers will be in cells k6 and k11

2. In the Excel worksheet enter any 8 digit 6/49 Lexi value (00000001 through 13983816) in cell range M18 through T18.  Then click the Toolbar

enter any 8 digit 6/49 Lexi value (00000001 through 13983816) in cell range M26 through T26.  Then click the 2nd Toolbar

When you click the Toolbars you will see the combinations in cell ranges d18 through i18 and also d26 through i26

Good work, WSLS.

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 Posted: October 26, 2010, 4:56 pm - IP Logged

I forgot to sort my numbers and the correct Lex are as follows

2,11,24,27,30,48 =2,729,939

2,11,27,29,30,48 =2,735,674

Sorry for that

My question is how many other  lexi values have the same subsets, matching 4?

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 Posted: October 26, 2010, 11:18 pm - IP Logged

My question is how many other  lexi values have the same subsets, matching 4?

43x43=1849???

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