Welcome Guest
You last visited December 10, 2016, 2:50 am
All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

# Do some number combinations have better odds?

Topic closed. 5280 replies. Last post 4 years ago by rdgrnr.

 Page 224 of 353

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

Long term is ten days.

Short term is one day

If I know when one number will score for sure, then by definition, my odds have gotten better, or improved, or changed.

that's getting lucky within the odds.

Right, ANY incrimental change for the better is BETTER..........

1 in 3,700,000 is BETTER than 1 in 3,800 000.......

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

Wow.

OK.

1:45,057,474

Dont be confused boney.  Just go to school.

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:30 pm - IP Logged

New Jersey
United States
Member #99032
October 18, 2010
1439 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:31 pm - IP Logged

It's so nice that you guys can make up your own odds and then think you have them.

I wish I could live in such blissful ignorance.

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

It's so nice that you guys can make up your own odds and then think you have them.

I wish I could live in such blissful ignorance.

Another key theory developed in this part is the probability of achieving at least a certain number of successes from a number of binary events, today named Bernoulli trials,[14] given that the probability of success in each event was the same. Bernoulli shows through mathematical induction that given a the number of favorable outcomes in each event, b the number of total outcomes in each event, d the desired number of successful outcomes, and e the number of events, the probability of atleast d successes is

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:34 pm - IP Logged

It's so nice that you guys can make up your own odds and then think you have them.

I wish I could live in such blissful ignorance.

There is nothing "made up" about me successfully eliminating 12 numbers from the PB pool Nov. 28. 2013.

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

Sounds to me like your the one "making up" the fact that I didn't...........

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

It's just laughable to me !! These Peole are saying " It can't be done and it has been done many times beating these games ." Be it a 5 out 5 Jackpot Prediction Win or 4 out 5 , 3 out 5 and 2 out 5 Wins in Pick 5 games . It just ahows use how short sighted these people are !!!

What's the possibility of you ever adding something constructive to the conversation?1:45,057,474

Boney is like a kid sticking hiskid  in his ears going "LALALALALALALALALALALALALA I CANT HEAR YOU I CANT HEAR YOU LALALALALAALA"

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

Ignore the facts boney and go back to theorizing. Its your only defense at this point........

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:37 pm - IP Logged

What's the possibility of you ever adding something constructive to the conversation?1:45,057,474

Boney is like a kid sticking hiskid  in his ears going "LALALALALALALALALALALALALA I CANT HEAR YOU I CANT HEAR YOU LALALALALAALA"

United States
Member #116268
September 7, 2011
20244 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:39 pm - IP Logged

Another key theory developed in this part is the probability of achieving at least a certain number of successes from a number of binary events, today named Bernoulli trials,[14] given that the probability of success in each event was the same. Bernoulli shows through mathematical induction that given a the number of favorable outcomes in each event, b the number of total outcomes in each event, d the desired number of successful outcomes, and e the number of events, the probability of atleast d successes is

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:40 pm - IP Logged

It's so nice that you guys can make up your own odds and then think you have them.

I wish I could live in such blissful ignorance.

Boney is just like cyper.  A traitor to the cause.

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

Boney is just like cyper.  A traitor to the cause.

The refinement of Bernoulli's Golden Theorem, regarding the convergence of theoretical probability and empirical probability, was taken up by many notable later day mathematicians like Poisson, Chebyshev, Markov, Borel, Cantelli, Kolmogorov and Khinchin. The complete proof of the Law of Large Numbers for the arbitrary random variables was finally provided during first half of 20th century.

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:46 pm - IP Logged

The refinement of Bernoulli's Golden Theorem, regarding the convergence of theoretical probability and empirical probability, was taken up by many notable later day mathematicians like Poisson, Chebyshev, Markov, Borel, Cantelli, Kolmogorov and Khinchin. The complete proof of the Law of Large Numbers for the arbitrary random variables was finally provided during first half of 20th century.

Finally, Thomas Bayes wrote an essay discussing theological implications of de Moivre's results: his solution to a problem, namely that of determining the probability of an event by its relative frequency, was taken as a proof for the existence of God by Bayes.[30] Finally in 1812, Pierre-Simon Laplace published his Théorie analytique des probabilités in which he consolidated and laid down many fundamental results in probability and statistics such as the moment generating function, method of least squares, inductive probability, and hypothesis testing, thus completing the final phase in the development of classical probability. Indeed, in light of all this, there is good reason Bernoulli's work is hailed as such a seminal event; not only did his various influences, direct and indirect, set the mathematical study of combinatorics spinning, but even theology was impacted.

United States
Member #124493
March 14, 2012
7023 Posts
Offline
 Posted: January 6, 2013, 2:48 pm - IP Logged

 Page 224 of 353