|Posted: March 5, 2012, 5:12 pm - IP Logged|
A situation or surrounding substance within which something else originates, develops, or is contained:
A lottery matrix is the total universe of sets from which one set is drawn, often abbreviated 5-44 etc.....
A 5-44 matrix contains 1,086,008 sets of 5 numbers.
Hope this helps
I have it in Excel with all details and functions. Such tables are hidden, because authors prefer to fill books with them. Programers like RL like to write independant programs. At the time few people knew how to make tables, so they could sell cheapest trash for good money.
If I would upload for free all of my stuff, the lottery market would crash. Hardly a wheel would sell. Many were for free years ago. I used to print on my lottery forms, I don't know any lottery software that can do that. The settings are to fine.
Full systems and full key wheel systems are for free in Belgium!
For some time wheels were for free. Now you pay, not without a reason, because if you developped a program, no matter if it is with Java, C, VB or VBA, or just using spreadsheetfunctions in Excel, you put effort and time in the job.
The amount of scam is high. That means that some freaks hang out the professor, you pay for some Excel file, and it turns out to be bogus!
For the books it is pretty much the same, few are very good, filled with tables and even giving good math. Others give you the wrong tips, hide math and make publicity for their software in the books. You are paying their marketing by buying the books!
I calculated pretty much all of it. Last digits and first digits are just an extirp that you can get out of a 5*44 matrix, 220 values only, where the amount of sets is combin(44,5)=1 086 008. You can write it like 44!/(5!*(44-5)!) or 44/5*43/4 ... .
For p() you reverse it. Your E(bet) is slightly more complicated.
Whether you divide in digits or not, doesn't change the combinations, only the view on them changes. A discussion why programs wouldn't work is that the numbers come in order and not in disorder, every combination for a 5/44 has 5*4*3*2 possible outcomes.
In fact we are talking about 44*43*42*41*40 "different" possible drawings.
I won't limit myself to spreadsheets and VBA in the future.