Appleton, Wi United States Member #118178 October 24, 2011 199 Posts Offline

Posted: October 27, 2011, 11:01 am - IP Logged

Hello. Thanks again for your reading time and hope you liked part 1; "Badger 5: My number selection process to you".

Had trouble, in part 1, making "numbers" and "Xs" line up properly, in the 1st graph. To help make sense of this the first "X" should line up under the number "1", the next "X" in line, needs to line up under the number "4", and so on. Graph 1 is just a frequency chart of 1-31 on the X-axis and the body of the Y-axis made up of the last 15, Badger 5 winning drawn numbers.

Now for Part 2:

Make a new chart using the information from the second graph, explained in part 1. This chart helps answer the question; How many winning numbers will show up in each of the columns labeled "0s", "1s", "2s", "3s", "4s", "5s" and "6s" ?

The new chart has 1-7 plotted on the X-axis and the days plotted on the Y-axis. The body of the graph list how many winning numbers showed up in each column:

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

10-26-2011 0 0 1 3 1 0 - -

I would like to offer some evidence that this graphing process works. The Badger 5 winning numbers from 10-26-2011 are 7-15-20-21-26. If the 1st and 2nd graph are constructed using the last 15 Badger winning draws from Oct. 11, 2011 to Oct. 25, 2011, the resulting numbers in the column labled "3s" are 1,2,4,17,18,20,21,26,27, and 28. Three of the winning numbers, 20,21, and 26 are contained in that group. It is much easier to pick three winning numbers from a group of 10, then it is to pick five winning numbers from a group of 31.

Two questions come up that would be great to have answers to: Why do the winning numbers seem to be on the periphery of graph 2, most the time? Why does a line drawn around the 5 winning numbers on the second graph form a shape that resembles a line drawn around all 31 numbers on the second graph, most the time?

Pennsylvania United States Member #2218 September 1, 2003 5387 Posts Offline

Posted: October 29, 2011, 8:55 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by BlueDuck on October 27, 2011

Hello. Thanks again for your reading time and hope you liked part 1; "Badger 5: My number selection process to you".

Had trouble, in part 1, making "numbers" and "Xs" line up properly, in the 1st graph. To help make sense of this the first "X" should line up under the number "1", the next "X" in line, needs to line up under the number "4", and so on. Graph 1 is just a frequency chart of 1-31 on the X-axis and the body of the Y-axis made up of the last 15, Badger 5 winning drawn numbers.

Now for Part 2:

Make a new chart using the information from the second graph, explained in part 1. This chart helps answer the question; How many winning numbers will show up in each of the columns labeled "0s", "1s", "2s", "3s", "4s", "5s" and "6s" ?

The new chart has 1-7 plotted on the X-axis and the days plotted on the Y-axis. The body of the graph list how many winning numbers showed up in each column:

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

10-26-2011 0 0 1 3 1 0 - -

I would like to offer some evidence that this graphing process works. The Badger 5 winning numbers from 10-26-2011 are 7-15-20-21-26. If the 1st and 2nd graph are constructed using the last 15 Badger winning draws from Oct. 11, 2011 to Oct. 25, 2011, the resulting numbers in the column labled "3s" are 1,2,4,17,18,20,21,26,27, and 28. Three of the winning numbers, 20,21, and 26 are contained in that group. It is much easier to pick three winning numbers from a group of 10, then it is to pick five winning numbers from a group of 31.

Two questions come up that would be great to have answers to: Why do the winning numbers seem to be on the periphery of graph 2, most the time? Why does a line drawn around the 5 winning numbers on the second graph form a shape that resembles a line drawn around all 31 numbers on the second graph, most the time?

Thanks,

BlueDuck

Very interesting BlueDuck

I noticed the 3-5-7-12-26 drawing. 4 of 5 numbers are on the top line of 7 numbers. See above.

Could you explain your questions:

Two questions come up that would be great to have answers to:

1. Why do the winning numbers seem to be on the periphery of graph 2, most the time?

2. Why does a line drawn around the 5 winning numbers on the second graph form a shape that resembles a line drawn around all 31 numbers on the second graph, most the time?

Appleton, Wi United States Member #118178 October 24, 2011 199 Posts Offline

Posted: October 30, 2011, 1:27 am - IP Logged

Winsumloosesum: Thanks for taking the time and doing the number crunching. Please let me say that a small problem exits on the spread sheet for 10-26-2011. 29 had only been selected 5 times (not 6) and 30 selected 2 times (not 1) between 10-11-2011 and 10-25-2011. No numbers are listed under the "6s" column.

About 3-5-7-12-26 (winning draw for 10-27-2011), 4 out of 5 numbers "are on top line of 7 numbers" comment. Think that is just coincidence (??), and I need to learn Excels Visual Basic before giving you a valid answer. Here is a list of numbers that would show up on Row 3 of the spread sheet. On 10-28-2011(1,4,5,6,9,13). On 10-27-2011(1,2,3,5,12,15). On 10-26-2011(1,3,5,7,12,24). On 10-25-2011(1,3,6,8,12,15). And on 10-24-2011(1,3,6,8,12,15).

The two questions I asked: Winning numbers showing up on the periphery of graph 2 and shape made by line drawn around 5 winning numbers resembling shape formed by line drawn around all 31 numbers of graph 2? Think the answer to both is just coincidence. Coincidence because about 21 numbers form the border and about 10 numbers make up the interior. No surprise that 3 winning numbers are on/near the border and 2 are interior. The shapes, (drawn on graph 2) look similair wheather made by mapping several old past drawings or the current drawing.

My probability calculations were figured out using 31 days of Badger 5 winning drawings from 4-1-2009 to 5-1-2009. Constructing a chart as described in Part 2:

10-28-2011 also had three winning numbers show up in column labeled "2s". On rare occassions 3 winning numbers will show up in one column and 2 winning numbers will show up in another column. It's still a guess as to when these days occur and any help answering this question will be more than appreciated! Just trying to narrow down the odds a bit.

Appleton, Wi United States Member #118178 October 24, 2011 199 Posts Offline

Posted: October 30, 2011, 9:47 am - IP Logged

Winsumloosesum: I made mistake when making "My probability calculations" chart. The top horizontal line should read: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7, not: "0s", "1s", "2s", "3s", "4s", "5s", "6s", "7s".

Appleton, Wi United States Member #118178 October 24, 2011 199 Posts Offline

Posted: October 30, 2011, 4:11 pm - IP Logged

....... also in "My probability calculations" chart, the odds are written backwards. 6.4:1 should be written as 1:6.4. The other Odds values need to be rewritten as well.

On 10-18-2011, two winning numbers were listed in the "1s" column and three winning numbers were listed in the "4s" column. This then was a pick 5 from a pool of 15. Hope you (or me) can figure a way to determine when these events, on Chart 2 will happen beforehand.

Pennsylvania United States Member #2218 September 1, 2003 5387 Posts Offline

Posted: October 31, 2011, 12:15 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by BlueDuck on October 30, 2011

....... also in "My probability calculations" chart, the odds are written backwards. 6.4:1 should be written as 1:6.4. The other Odds values need to be rewritten as well.

On 10-18-2011, two winning numbers were listed in the "1s" column and three winning numbers were listed in the "4s" column. This then was a pick 5 from a pool of 15. Hope you (or me) can figure a way to determine when these events, on Chart 2 will happen beforehand.

BlueDuck

BlueDuck do you have a fully functional version of Excel. Preferably Excel 2002 or 2003?

If not I was experimenting with your system and found something that will knock your socks off!!

Now that Badger 5/31 is now at $72K you might want to look at this!!!!

1. To update the draws go to the tab labeled "Draws" located at the bottom and click the Toolbar labeled "Click To Add New Drawing"

This will insert a new line date on line 20. All you need to do is add the 5 draws from the Wisconsin Badger 5/31 game.

2. To delete the most recent drawing, click the Toolbar labled "Click To Delete Last Drawing". This will delete the most current drawing on line 20.

In the next step go to the 2nd Tab labeled "NumberSkip<snip>s" (located at the bottom).

In cells B1 and B2 I entered the drawing numbers that I want to analyze and calculate the hits & skips for the Number 1 through 31.

So I wanted to backtest and use the drawings from October 15 through October 1 2011.

So cell B1 = 16 and B2 = 30

TIP: To find out what numbers to enter in Cells B1 & B2 just go to the Tab labeled "Draws". Look in colmn "L". Find the number for October 15, 2011 in cell D35. In L35 find the value which is 16.

Look in colmn "L". Find the number for October 1, 2011 in cell D49. In L49 find the value which is 30.

Once you enter 16 in cell B1 and 30 in B2 click the Toolbar labled "Copy #"

Next, click the Tab labled "X Y Axis Chart".

Go to cell range T26 through AD43

In the image above notice how many number did NOT hit (Cell T28 = 0) in cell range T30 through T33. A total of 4 numbers (T26 = 4) Numbers 13,16,23,30 in 15 drawings Ocotber 1 through October 15 2011

Notice the numbers that hit 1 time (cell range U30:U33)

Notice the number that hit 2 times (cell range U30:U35)

As so on....

Also notice the numbers going across on the top line 13, 3, 1, 2, 4, 6

As so on...

In the image above are the next 15 drawings from October 16 through October 30.

Notice the number 3's highlighted in yellow. This represents how many winning numbers came from the # of Hits Chart in the previous image.

For example, drawing from Wednesday October 26, 2011 - 7,15,20,21,26 in cell AC51 the number 3 is highlighted in yellow meaning there were 3 numbers from this drawing that hit from the list of numbers in cell range X30 through X35 which were 4,20,21,24,26,31. So the numbers 20,21,26 hit from this group of 6 numbers not bad.

Notice the drawings from Sunday October 23, 2011, Thursday October 19, 2011, and Wednesday October 19, 2011. each of these hit from the group of numbers in cell range W30 through W39 which were 2,5,7,9,15,17,22,27,28,29 (total 10 numbers)

In the image above if you scroll down to cell range Q62 through AL79 notice we have 2 drawings where we had 2 4of5's using the "Across Numbers". Friday October 28, 2011 and Friday October 21, 2011

For example, The drawing on Friday October 21, 2011 was 1,2,4,6,18. Look at the numbers in cell range T30 through Y30 in the 1st image posted. Numbers across were 13,3,1,2,4,6 (total 6 numbers)

The drawing on Friday October 28, 2011 - 9,11,24,25,30 also had 4 numbers from cell range T33:X33. Numbers 30,25,14,9,24. Total 5 numbers, 4 winners.

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Appleton, Wi United States Member #118178 October 24, 2011 199 Posts Offline

Posted: October 31, 2011, 11:54 pm - IP Logged

Winsumloosesum: Your right! That blows my socks off. Never thought to look horizontally. Wonder why it works? Will have to think about that one. Glad you found it. Hats off to you. I got both files and thanks for that, also. Spent the day trying to figure things out. 10-31-2011 Badger 5. 1-5-9-11-13. 10-28-2011, H1 line is 13,9,1,4,6,5. Will play tomorrow.

Best Luck to you with Pennsylvania 5/30 and bigger fish.