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bgonçalves
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Posted: March 29, 2012, 10:28 am - IP Logged

Hello, instead of predicting numbers, try to predict conditions or standards, the number is or is not within the condition set, then comes the filters

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    Posted: March 29, 2012, 10:37 am - IP Logged

    how so?

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      Posted: March 29, 2012, 11:31 am - IP Logged

      Hello, tntea, try to predict intervals of a matrix of a lottery, not the number, you see the patterns, predict numbers themselves, it is very difficult to anticipate the pattern extends, the more the odds, then the the number is or is not condition within the chosen


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        Posted: March 29, 2012, 5:18 pm - IP Logged

        Exactly! However, I hit 4/5 on mega millions 2 weeks a go and had 2 tickets 3/4 with mega ball based on the following equations I use, using a matrix.

        Matrix multiplication is a way to combine two matrices and get a third matrix. I compute each entry in the third matrix one at a time. The i,j entry in the third matrix is the sum of the products of the elements in the ith row in the first matrix and the jth column in second matrix. Suppose the ith row equals [ai1,ai2,...,ain] and the jth column equals [b1j,b2j,...,bnj]. Then the i,j entry of the third matrix is ai1b1j + ai2b2j + ... + ainbnj.

        The values at the intersections marked with circles are:

        \begin{align}{\color{Red}x_{1,2}} &= (a_{1,1}, a_{1,2})\cdot(b_{1,2}, b_{2,2}) \\ &= a_{1, 1}b_{1,2} + a_{1,2}b_{2, 2} \\{\color{Blue}x_{3,3}} &= (a_{3,1}, a_{3, 2})\cdot(b_{1, 3}, b_{2, 3}) \\ &= a_{3, 1}b_{1,3} + a_{3,2}b_{2, 3}.\end{align}

        and voila! I have my number sets and will post my winning tickets on saturday.

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          Posted: March 29, 2012, 10:51 pm - IP Logged

          Hey Dr san I used the 12 groups of pair combination you post, Good result for me

          Thanks for your help

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            Posted: March 30, 2012, 7:16 am - IP Logged

            Hello, pavizlo, beware the google translation of the list of 12 conbinaçoes to achieve peers can do statistics, the average hot and cold, and the last three contests, sweepstakes and play until 10, that make the study of the list 12 groups, not to play with all 12 groups, the third digit rotates to three positions, the digit that can be repeated from one result to another Because this condition is 67% ok

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              Posted: March 30, 2012, 7:16 pm - IP Logged

              Helo pavizlo  12 grups
              2.6.7
              3.4.8
              1.5.9
              3.5.7
              1.6.8
              2.4.9
              1.4.7
              2.5.8
              3.6.9
              1.2.3
              4.5.6
              7.8.9
              example results
              458
              156
              359
              128
              753
              198
              776
                Pavizlo is the same list of groups 12. Always seeing the three positions ok
              vizlo em 100%

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                bgonçalves
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                Posted: April 5, 2012, 3:27 pm - IP Logged
                Hello, if we divide a lotto 49/6 into 4 parts, and see statistics such as numbers in each sector so latest, hottest, medium, etc., the latest figures from an industry never left with the numbers behind the other three sectors also the numbers that leave more of an industry not run in hot numbers from the other three sectors, and the numbers are odd and even so, how to build a rotary filter for this?