|Posted: July 2, 2011, 9:51 am - IP Logged|
The Tx lottery site "says" that the odds of winning on a box "single" are 1/167, so maybe that means that particular boxed singles should or might repeat-come out every 167 draws (?).
So that maybe a (One) boxed single might have a 0.006 chance to come out.
So that 120 boxed singles might have a 0.71856 chance to come out.
So even if you would play all the 120 singles you would still maybe only have a 72% chance of winning.
So all the 10 triples and the doubles might have a total 28% chance of winning, so all the doubles might have a total 27% chance of winning.
The odds for one double might be 1/333 that is 0.003 so one particular double might maybe repeat and or come out every 333 draws.
The 120 boxed singles have double the chance, but the 90 doubles pay double the money.
The straight numbers all have the same chance of 1/1, 000 or 0.001 for any one of them and they all pay the same $500
Straight numbers should, but don't, repeat once every 1000 draws.
For both straight and boxed numbers some repeat more often than others and that is mostly on a short section of time as more time goes by there is more of a chance of equalization or uniformity of the odds.