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4/35, How Many Possible combinations?

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Posted: July 15, 2011, 11:35 am - IP Logged

How many possible combinations are there for a 4/35?

A program says: 52,360, but odds of winning that I have seen say: 1:53,900, Which one is right?

Are there 52,360 or 53,900 combinations?

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    Posted: July 15, 2011, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

    Hello, lanterna, the big problem of the wheels, is renowned mathematicians can not figure out
      The faults on the wheels to reduce the maximum power with 100% accuracy. The wheels have many flaws in their structures, we have a ways to go to descolhir wheel failures, the failures may be the union of the digits of each number, or heading, or the distances etc ...
      Yes, because the wheels are made today, still have to play as many numbers, I do not know but I think Boolean analysis, nonlinear equation, a wheel to reduce the maximum. Understand! Beware the google translation

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      Posted: July 15, 2011, 2:01 pm - IP Logged

      How many possible combinations are there for a 4/35?

      A program says: 52,360, but odds of winning that I have seen say: 1:53,900, Which one is right?

      Are there 52,360 or 53,900 combinations?

      52,360 is right!

      Somehow the WebSite giving the 53,900 figure is wrong!

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