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Fibonacci retracement process applied to Pick 5 - Process 1

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 Posted: October 16, 2012, 5:56 am - IP Logged

Hi CountingMan,

Thgank you for your very interesting approach. Any new developments on the theme?

Best regards,

martor854

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but there's probably hundreds of combinations you could play with 27 numbers - how do you narrow it

down?

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Hi,

how to use 6 balls in Brazil ?

Thank's

Alex

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Hi! I'm new to this! Can u help in nj for anyday this week for case 5! Please!

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Cash

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Paccioli?

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Ponzy?

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Good idea!

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Ok, so you will note that the bold and italisized number represent the individual rows of rounded resultants of the following calculations rows:

1     23.6%

2     50%

3     61.8%

4     78.6%

5     113%

So taking the prior days drawing, and multiplying it by 23.6% and rounding the results, you get the line one results of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.  I created this process in Excel for ease of analysis.  The truth be known, I went up to 8 rows, adding the following fib percentages to the calculation process:

6     123.6%

7     138.2%

8     161.8%

With adding this information, I obtained 4 out of 5 numbers drawn.  Call me crazy, but I was curious to known and was trying to understand with my analysis if there were Fib numbers in which the next drawing regularly appeared in.  For example, did row 2 with a 50% fib regularly calculate a number in the next drawing?  This is some of the analysis that I thought, by opening up with approach to the group, that realizations could occur at a much quicker rate.

Morning CountingMan,

If the sequence is expanded from 8 to 12, do you know off hand what the percentages would be?

Thank you.

The only DUMB question is the one question you DID NOT ask...

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QUESTION:  To all the mathematicians out there. :-)

How would you account for "x" number of test draws using these percentages to look at previous drawing results?

Any example would help, since I don't know how many test draws are actually done in my state.

Just to clarify my question, if I wanted to account for 1 test draw prior to the actual drawing, is there a factor

I could use somewhere in these percentages or on the draw results to account for what numbers may have been

drawn prior to the actual drawing?

Thank you so much for the great information! Much appreciated and Good Luck to all!!!

Karinda

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I am totally lost.  Can ANYONE explain what you do with these numbers to get the next numbers for the following day

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I am totally lost.  Can ANYONE explain what you do with these numbers to get the next numbers for the following day

The idea is to look for the winning numbers in the pool of numbers from the previous drawing, after multiplying the wiining numbers by these percentages.

There are still way too many numbers, even when rounded or truncated to choose from, and it isn't a given that the numbers will even be there.

However, used in conjunction with another system, or finding a group of percentages that seem to come close can be helpful.  I've expanded these

percentages to see if I could come closer to narrowing the field, but that hasn't worked. I still feel that this information can be helpful

and so I'm still looking at the results to see if I can identify a pattern and make the number pool smaller.  It's an approach, but not a guarantee

by any means.  Good luck to you and I hope this helps a bit.

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