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NY P3 Hits using COS

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Bronx, NY
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 Posted: May 5, 2012, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

Check this out for the month of May in NY

I've been taking the P3 number and entering it into a scientific calculator and hitting COS.

The number of hits for the past 5 days is worth taking a look at.  Pay attention to the first 3 digits following the decimal and the last three digits

MAY

1_M  028  COS = .882.....572 (no hit)

1_E  608  COS = .374 (ST. HIT)

2_M  877  COS = .920 (ST. HIT)

2_E  374  COS = .970....399 (no hit)

3_M  464  COS = .241......035 (ST. HIT)

3_E  920  COS =  .939....473

4_M  035  COS = .819...684 (HIT)

4_E  648  COS=  .309.....282

5_M  037  COS = .798....894

GOOD LUCK TO ALL

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 Posted: May 5, 2012, 10:25 pm - IP Logged

Check this out for the month of May in NY

I've been taking the P3 number and entering it into a scientific calculator and hitting COS.

The number of hits for the past 5 days is worth taking a look at.  Pay attention to the first 3 digits following the decimal and the last three digits

MAY

1_M  028  COS = .882.....572 (no hit)

1_E  608  COS = .374 (ST. HIT)

2_M  877  COS = .920 (ST. HIT)

2_E  374  COS = .970....399 (no hit)

3_M  464  COS = .241......035 (ST. HIT)

3_E  920  COS =  .939....473

4_M  035  COS = .819...684 (HIT)

4_E  648  COS=  .309.....282

5_M  037  COS = .798....894

GOOD LUCK TO ALL

I also used the cos.  But for NM I use the sin then inv.  I have posted many math variations on my p3 p4 different look thread.  Also, to keep the hits coming try this and see if it works.   You will have some picks for the next few weeks.

cos 374= .9702955726.

970                   029                              955                          572                    726

081                   130                             066                          683                     837

192                   241                             177                          794                     948

203                   352                              288                         805                     059

314                   463                             399                           916                    160

425                    574                            400                          027                     271

536                   685                              511                         138                     382

647                   796                              622                          249                    493

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 Posted: May 5, 2012, 10:37 pm - IP Logged

Check this out for the month of May in NY

I've been taking the P3 number and entering it into a scientific calculator and hitting COS.

The number of hits for the past 5 days is worth taking a look at.  Pay attention to the first 3 digits following the decimal and the last three digits

MAY

1_M  028  COS = .882.....572 (no hit)

1_E  608  COS = .374 (ST. HIT)

2_M  877  COS = .920 (ST. HIT)

2_E  374  COS = .970....399 (no hit)

3_M  464  COS = .241......035 (ST. HIT)

3_E  920  COS =  .939....473

4_M  035  COS = .819...684 (HIT)

4_E  648  COS=  .309.....282

5_M  037  COS = .798....894

GOOD LUCK TO ALL

interesting...keep posting!!!  i will keep watching!!

is this a mid to mid

eve to eve system like the

pi system??

based on what i see, so far the max skips for this "system" to work is two draws...

hmm

Bronx, NY
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 Posted: May 6, 2012, 8:38 pm - IP Logged

appreciate the feedback.  Will keep on testing..

By the way - I am using a scientific calculatore from Windows Home Premium that delivers 32 digits from the decimal point - most scientific calculators do not stretch out that far - so you may discover different end digits from the ones I previously shared.

Good luck

NYC
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 Posted: May 6, 2012, 10:59 pm - IP Logged

appreciate the feedback.  Will keep on testing..

By the way - I am using a scientific calculatore from Windows Home Premium that delivers 32 digits from the decimal point - most scientific calculators do not stretch out that far - so you may discover different end digits from the ones I previously shared.

Good luck

Hi, Aquawoman:

I'm very interesting with your method but my calculator from Windows Vista Home Pre.

can not make the COS. How can I do that? Thanks for your sincere help!!!

Best regards,

lb

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 Posted: May 7, 2012, 7:52 am - IP Logged

I notice f(x)=sin(x). There is more math treating waves and waves in waves.
That might work for short time if the combinations pattern shows regular waves,
and repeats this trend.

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