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bgonÃ§alves
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 Posted: August 15, 2012, 10:48 am - IP Logged

hello, is possible through the Excel macro, see the jumps or distance delay of each number in a lottery?
The heels of delays and results in relation to the next number in the case at the other location next investigated whether the position is the 4th may be the next 3rd or 5th to see a pair
The goal is to form a pair positional example of a lottery 49/6
We have 15 pairs = 12, = 5.6 up to 15 positions,
Example the number 26 out of 35 late this sweepstakes, and in relation to the number of left or right neighbor, to form a pair of numbers that later .... 15.18 right .... 32.64, for the number pu base pivot, you can add the draw last example
If last draw gave 04 07 11 sum gave the reference number is

bgonÃ§alves
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 Posted: August 16, 2012, 9:45 am - IP Logged

1 - raises the frequency of each of the numbers in the game.
2 - It is classified by the numbers in descending order of their frequencies.

From this point, what becomes interesting is the ranking of each number or each number is associated with your order according to their frequency in the file.
3 - You take every combination and it is the sum of the qualifying orders of their numbers
4 - Rate this file are in ascending order of amounts. Thus, the

combinations that have the numbers of mixtures with higher frequencies are at the beginning of the file with numbers and combinations of lower frequencies are at the end of the file.

If the file has a reasonable number of combinations (say above 1000 for the Mega) combinations are most likely between 30% and 70% of file size. Of course, the assembly method makes the game more combinations likely to move over to the beginning or towards the end of the file.

One can therefore conclude that using the same methodology and it is efficient, substantial, consistent, and sets tivem the same size, the most likely combinations are in very close.
This can be tested. Simply attach to different games competitions using the same methodology and force such that there are secondary prizes in the game (without abandoning the methodology). If the method is good, the winning combinations of the games will be in similar regions.

So it is possible to mount volumes and games with similar methodology and pick only the region of the file where the prizes are located.

bgonÃ§alves
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 Posted: August 16, 2012, 4:09 pm - IP Logged

"how to measure
> Most likely combinations of whether they are composed of
> Numbers with different degree of probability? "

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