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# How the 42 and 45 hit on the March 11, megamillion??

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 Posted: March 19, 2011, 1:06 am - IP Logged

Ok this is gonna seem weird but it makes perfect sense with just a minimal amount of looking effort. It really makes me wander just how random it is. I have tested it on game after game alot since being able to get the full square. Before i could only get half the square. No it makes more sense. There is something there. More than random. If the balls are dropped from a hopper, well, you make sense of this.

This is just an example from my workout for the March 11, 2011 Mega Millions game. It is the last 2 numbers drawn. Not including the mega ball. I would show the rest of it but this one is just too easy to see. And it would take the rest of the night to show it all.

March 11, 2011  14 - 19 - 21 - 42 - 45

March   8, 2011    3 - 17 - 19 - 41 - 55

March   4, 2011      8 - 10 - 15 - 23 - 41

This will be for the figuring of the 42 and 45.

Starting with the 42.

Get the square of 41. Work with 23.

[---[]-]                        [----][----][---]

6.4031242374328486864882176746218

[---[  []    [ ]

Now we can use 41 as 3, 4-1=3  or 5, 4+1=5.

3 over from the left starting with the first digit to the right of the decimal.That lands on3. 3 over from the right lands on 2. Which is the number we are working from from the March 4 game.

Using the 5 the same way. 5 from the left lands on 2. 5 from the right lands on 4. That i'm pretty sure is the next number right there. 2 and 4 2+4=6. Now 16 over from either side lands on 6. 6-1=5. 27 Over from the right lands on the 2 thats the last digit of the number that hit next, 42. Now look right beside that 2. To the right. Looks like the 4 we need. If you go thru and make a line from every 4 to 1, and from every 2 to 3. Marking each number we are working with. Mark each with a different color to distinguish. That 42 would be boxed off perfectly. And notice there are no 5s in this square root? Coincidence?????

Ok now to get that 45 from 55 and 41.

The square of 55.

[ ]

7.4161984870956629487113974408007

[ ]     [---]                                             [----][-----]

With 55 bout all we can get is 10. 5+5=10

So 10 over from the left lands on 0. 10 from the right lands on 3.

Keep this 3 in mind.

41 was the last number from the last game. So we use 3, 4-1=3.

So 3 over from the left is6. 3 from the right is0. Keep this in mind for a few. Got a 6 here.

Now we got 5. 4+1=5. 5 over from the left lands on 9. 5 from the right lands on 0. Got a 9 here.

Remember that 3 from before? Well go over 12 spots from the left. (1+2=3) That lands on the 5. The only 5 in this square.

Remember the 6 from before? Well 15 over from the right lands on the the 4 thats on the front end of a 41.

Also 25 over from the left lands on 9. We have a 5 in that 25, and 5-2=3. I keep pointing out the 9 because 4+5=9. Now if you look at the 5 thats marked and go over 5 digits exactly from both sides you land on a 4 from both 41s thats marked. We have 5 exactly the same distance of 5 from the two sets of 41, and working with double 5 and 41.

The next number that hit was 45. You have 45 to the left and right here, plus 9 (4+5-9), landing on 5 and 25 over. What's 5 squared? 25

I know theres some people on here that can see this. I know theres something here to work with that can get this thing won. It's like this with everygame i've worked on in the past year now and thats like every powerball, cash 5, and mega millions.

But here's part of what i've been working on. Someone get with me on this and let's get this thing figured out!!!!!

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

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 Posted: March 19, 2011, 9:39 pm - IP Logged

Thanks for sharing your workout, Greenfox!

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Something about this that may just work.  I don't know just yet because it's a lot of work to see the number.

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Thanks for sharing your workout, Greenfox!

Hello Harve\$t,

Your very welcome. I had already sent it to you and just decided to put it on here. I'm not real sure what everyone is making of it, but there is definetly something there again. Figured, why not. One never knows when their time might come and this might never be showed. Maybe someone can get something out of it.

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Something about this that may just work.  I don't know just yet because it's a lot of work to see the number.

Good evening Cupcake10,

LOL. There is something there thats definetly NOT random for sure. There is no way that all that is coincidence. Just have to figure out what it is. You can go back and look at any game you want to and see it everytime. I just wish i had a calculator that pulled out the full square years ago. Would like to see what i would have seen by now. It was a lot harder to get it put on here than it was to work it, i'll go ahead and say. Didn't know that i could paste on here.

See what you can do with it.

Thanks for checking it out and best of luck to you.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

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 Posted: March 20, 2011, 5:08 pm - IP Logged

this is really very fascinating i would love to know and also, if you could explain it just a little more clearly(still no idea where the 16 in the second example came from) Id be very interested to hear what you have to say about this

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this is really very fascinating i would love to know and also, if you could explain it just a little more clearly(still no idea where the 16 in the second example came from) Id be very interested to hear what you have to say about this

Good evening mdmega,

Where the 16 came from is from the 23 of the game before. If you add 2+3 together it gives you 5. Now 16 is one of the sums of 5.  6-1=5. I just showed the example of the 2+3=5 because it was a little more complicated but easy to see. I'll repost it and show what i'm talking about. But if the 23 had been 35 it would have been a different number. There we would have been using 2 and 8 for our sums. Thats why i think that this might be the key to all of it. I get 2 and 8 from 5-3=2 and 3+5=8. See how that changes the game up. That would make all the numbers go in a different direction. Let me put on the 41 working off of the 23, and go back and put a 41 working off of another game, to where you can see the difference.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

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Ok here i will show the 41 going to the 42 from that game and i will show the 41 going to 48 in the powerball.

The 41 here went to 42. The number directly below the the 41 from the game before was 23.

First thing is to get the square of 41. Then square off everywhere you can the 41 and 23. Use different colors or something to distinguish the difference.

[---[]-]                      [----][----][---]

6.4031242374328486864882176746218

[--2 [ ]   [ ]          6              4

The thing to do next is to get the sums of 41. Since there are only 30 to 31 number to the square anything over 31 won't be used. Now with 41 we can use 4-1=3, and 4+1=5. That gives 3 and 5.

Now we have to pick one to start so let's start with the 3Move 3 digits over from the left starting with the first digit to the right of the decimal as one.  Do the same from the right moving left. That gives 3 and 2. There is the 23 from the game before and also gives us 5. Keep that 5 in mind. Since we're also working with 4+1=5. So 5 seems to be the key here.

Now since we have 5 with both numbers let's get the sums of 5. That's 5-14-16-23-27

Use those to go over from the left to the right starting with the first digit to the right of the decimal as 1 and mark each one. That lands on 2-4-6-1-4

Same thing again from the right back to the left. 5-14-16-23-27

Those land on 4-6-7-2

2-4-6-1-4

4-6-7-2

5 over from the left lands on 2, 5 from the right lands on 4.        4-2=2       2+4=6

14 from the left lands on 4, 14 from the right lands on 6.            6-4=2       4+6=10

16 from both sides lands on 6.                                                  6

23 from the left lands on 1. 23 from the right lands on 7.            7-1=6       1+7=8

27 from the left lands on 4. 27 from the right lands on 2.            4-2=2       2+4=6

Here we have 2 three times, 6 four times, 8 one time, and 10 one time.

Now i see 6 there an awful lot. And if you look inside the boxed numbers you have right there is 24. Reverse that and you have 42. If it was that way everytime then 41 would always go to 42. But we have that 23 from the game before. Since we have the 5 taken care of let's get the 1. 23=3-2=1. Now we have 1 to work with. 1 and it's sums are 1-10-12-21-23. Working inside the square of 41 still.

Square of 41.

[----[]-]                        [----][----][---]

6.4031242374328486864882176746218

[---] [ ]    [ ]

One and it's sums. 1-10-12-21-23

Starting with the first digit to the right of the decimal as 1 work right. Those land on 4-4-2-8-1

Now from the right back to the left using 1-10-12-21-23

Those land on 8-2-8-3-7

4-4-2-8-1

8-2-8-3-7

1 from the left lands on 4. 1 from the right lands on 8.                   8-4=4     4+8=12

10 from the left lands on 4. 10 from the right lands on 2.               4-2=2     4+2=6

12 from the left lands on 2. 12 from the right lands on 8.               8-2=6     2+8=10

21 from the left lands on 8. 21 from the right lands on 3.               8-3=5     8+3=11

23 from the left lands on 1. 23 from the right lands on 7.               7-1=6     1+7=8

Now here we have 2 one time, 4 one time, 5 one time, 6 three times, 8 one time, 10, 11, and 12 once each.

Above we had 6 figured four times, and here we have it 3 times. So it's going to be a sum of 6.

We have 1+5=6, 2+4=6, 3+3=6, 4+2=6, 5+1=6. No need to go any further because there are only 56 balls to choose from.

If we look at the squared off numbers again and look for these numbers again we see the 242 inside the box at the first of the square.

That could be 24 or 42 but thats pretty close i think.

I'll put the 41 to 48 from the powerball on soon as i sleep a few hours.

Just for example now though. The number we are looking to hit from the 41 is 48. The game before the 41 the number is 40.

One of the sums of 4 would be 13. If you come over 13 from each side.............. For those who might think i'm crazier than i really am...............

6.4031242374328486864882176746218

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Haven't forgotten about posting the 41 going to 48 here either, but here's a little something from a previous Cash 5 game.

The numbers that hit was 10-11-27-33-37.

The game befores numbers where 5-9-23-34-39.

Here's the square root of 11.

[ ]                       [ ]                    [ ]          [ ][]    []

3.166247903553998491149327366707

[]       []                  [][ ]

The 4 from the 24 is exactly 5 spots over from the left.

The 5 is exactly 10 spots over from the left.

The 39 is exactly 2 and 3 spots from the 5.

The 3 of the 23 is exactly 9 spots over from the right.

The 9 is exactly 10 spots over from the right.

The 11 is exactly 2 and 3 spots over from the 9.

Exactly 5 spots over from the right lands on 6. 6=2+4 =24.

24 spots over from the left lands exactly on the 2 that's right beside a 7, 27.

Over from the right exactly 9 and 10 spots lands on 3 and 9, 39.

23=2+3=5.

24=2+4=6.

39=9-3=6.

3+9=12. 12 spots over from the right will land exactly on the 1 of the 11.

And exactly 7 spots from either side lands on 7. 7=3+4, or 34.

Pretty sure thats every number from both games all corresponding with each other in the square root of 11 alone.

Oh and 5 over from the right lands on 6. 6=3+3, or33. Or 4 from the right to not leave out the 37, lands on 6.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

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Haven't forgotten about posting the 41 going to 48 here either, but here's a little something from a previous Cash 5 game.

The numbers that hit was 10-11-27-33-37.

The game befores numbers where 5-9-23-34-39.

Here's the square root of 11.

[ ]                       [ ]                    [ ]          [ ][]    []

3.166247903553998491149327366707

[]       []                  [][ ]

The 4 from the 24 is exactly 5 spots over from the left.

The 5 is exactly 10 spots over from the left.

The 39 is exactly 2 and 3 spots from the 5.

The 3 of the 23 is exactly 9 spots over from the right.

The 9 is exactly 10 spots over from the right.

The 11 is exactly 2 and 3 spots over from the 9.

Exactly 5 spots over from the right lands on 6. 6=2+4 =24.

24 spots over from the left lands exactly on the 2 that's right beside a 7, 27.

Over from the right exactly 9 and 10 spots lands on 3 and 9, 39.

23=2+3=5.

24=2+4=6.

39=9-3=6.

3+9=12. 12 spots over from the right will land exactly on the 1 of the 11.

And exactly 7 spots from either side lands on 7. 7=3+4, or 34.

Pretty sure thats every number from both games all corresponding with each other in the square root of 11 alone.

Oh and 5 over from the right lands on 6. 6=3+3, or33. Or 4 from the right to not leave out the 37, lands on 6.

Very Very Interesting!

This is the most thorough

explanation I've seen since being on here!

I haven't ventured into the Cash 5 yet but,

this to me makes a lot of sense.

Thank you for sharing

CTNY

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Another great series of posts Greenfox.  Thanks.

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are you serious? he does a great job....of pulling the PREVIOUS draws number out of the square, other than that this method is worthless, his last post makes even LESS sense ...have you noticed the complete lack of posts from anyone who is taken even mildly seriously on this site.....?

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are you serious? he does a great job....of pulling the PREVIOUS draws number out of the square, other than that this method is worthless, his last post makes even LESS sense ...have you noticed the complete lack of posts from anyone who is taken even mildly seriously on this site.....?

Did you just say that you were not to be taken "even mildly seriously"? Hahaha.

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Very Very Interesting!

This is the most thorough

explanation I've seen since being on here!

I haven't ventured into the Cash 5 yet but,

this to me makes a lot of sense.

Thank you for sharing

CTNY

Good morning CTNY,

Thank you for looking at this. I don't think it's the most thorough though. It's just something little that i've seen in the past few years of working on and looking at this stuff. It might be nothing, but who knows. I've gotten real close with looking and using this many times though. You have to go thru each with a fine tooth comb to see it most of the time but a lot of times the number will be right there looking at you.

Hope you a great day and best of luck!

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

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Another great series of posts Greenfox.  Thanks.

Good morning Josephus,

Don't know about great there but it's a little something anyway. I figured you might see something in this one also.

Hope you have a great day and best of luck!

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!