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The last example, then on to some projections.

We will look at the number 1 in column A.

Here are the relative draw index.

 

Number 1 Draw Index Column A
2
24
31
39
40
44
56
57
64
77
81
85
117
127
134
136
137
149
156
163
171
181
203
211
219
226
239
249
264
269
270
291
295
307
311
328
336
344
348
353
366
404
408
420
421
425
431
434
438
439
443
446
450
452
466
481
485
488
496
503
512
527
542
544
558
561
565
566
581
582
597
611
617
640
647
656
657
660
670
682
703
706
712
718
737
751
752
772
778
784
796
807
810
815
828
844
864
871
872
881
895
897
901
915
918
924
932
960
985
991
993
1000

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    For this data set, we find a setting of 'by Amplitude Only' and Wave to BMA RMS Ratio = 0.29 works best.

    The short list below for this Wave Matrix.

     

      Type =LinearBMA Degree 1BMA Degree 2BMA Degree 3BMA Degree 4BMA Degree 5BMA Degree 6BMA Degree 7BMA Degree 8AlgorithmPredictor
      A =-3.44546332-1.513-1.291-0.895-0.2970.3110.7311.1311.491Wave / BMA = 0.29Depth = 25
      B =8.771000615                Amp / Freq = 0.50Level = 25
      IndexRegressionWave 1Wave 2Wave 3Wave 4Wave 5Wave 6Wave 7Wave 8RemainderData
      15.325537295-0.825576924-1.572016604-0.1390614652.4236598852.5001841260.782197682-0.71087337-1.455797661-4.3282529642
      214.09653791-0.772290854-1.566859482-0.2438209772.2133812592.5079772851.4922752130.8974441630.779225934.59612955324
      322.86753852-0.709234529-1.559532269-0.3757791821.9114373192.319118111.8977393451.8254632561.6097514381.21349798731
      431.63853914-0.636238239-1.548770968-0.5307613611.5249747771.830852741.6766986921.7389704531.3259177051.97981706139
      540.40953975-0.553128406-1.533140655-0.7037213021.0726429911.0634430660.8623905510.8248690370.214311325-1.65720636140
      649.18054037-0.459742027-1.511074388-0.8889028550.5843090440.160821823-0.167322954-0.04601519-0.290713687-2.56190013644
      757.95154098-0.355943236-1.480921533-1.0801380270.09462472-0.707770265-1.130490532-0.575117260.0417861963.24242895156
      866.7225416-0.241640601-1.440998748-1.271164219-0.363780223-1.404784699-1.977983733-1.324052757-0.437127367-1.26100925357
      975.49354221-0.116803877-1.389637679-1.455862952-0.763740793-1.779926032-2.424203471-1.805115025-0.670698392-1.08755399364
      1084.264542830.018518182-1.325237877-1.62855281-1.0907677-1.756445374-2.32332407-1.924492086-0.7322332563.49799216277
     
      103899.96766.2079551583.0866152281.347710083-1.297151206-2.927470824-2.040157779-0.773072994-0.044548833-2.527478861901
      104908.73860066.6382980333.381119911.515010256-1.29100575-3.550962167-3.083991629-1.5319488350.0866264424.098253099915
      105917.50960137.0457382543.6611551441.69391342-1.130772459-3.703575727-3.775261572-2.660404609-1.1332543720.492860664918
      106926.28060197.4282968463.9250170241.881645557-0.811834182-3.24505896-3.668793888-3.287327342-2.521150802-1.981396126924
      107935.05160257.7840735274.170914322.073806748-0.353809582-2.161536315-2.437186723-2.360330984-2.390439497-7.377093981932
      108943.82260318.1112617794.3970041652.2645765550.199120802-0.642510944-0.2818046170.3992326470.6491461051.081370406960
      109952.59360378.4081650784.601437542.4470910010.7835396010.9047342631.6981186692.7325799713.1996872647.631042895985
      110961.36460438.673215814.7824219382.6141060951.333996132.1170321432.5815213172.7569670352.449062212.32707299991
      111970.13560498.9049941114.9382861362.7586725361.7981626482.8894040232.4940102241.2472428440.121081363-2.287458832993
    Quantum112978.90660569.1022447715.0675364552.8746225042.1398470163.3065698692.117587848-0.132588281-1.472284601-1.9101411421000
    Projection ->113987.67760629.1922843625.1254859532.9249270232.2773283663.4443740541.946864694-0.61176943-1.9007633883.6858330721013.762171

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      Ok, now the fun part, projection.

      Projection can be looked at in a few different ways depending on if you are looking for a single outcome or many.

      A single outcome could be estimated based on the regression, waves and remainder in general or by using the Quantum Projection line itself.

      In the first example of looking at pick 3 column B, we had 8 waves, by Amplitude Only and Wave / BMA = 0.13.

      The last 30 draws and Quantum Projection line with a graph can be seen below.

        Type =LinearBMA Degree 1BMA Degree 2BMA Degree 3BMA Degree 4BMA Degree 5BMA Degree 6BMA Degree 7BMA Degree 8AlgorithmPredictor
        A =4.42422875-1.458-0.4530.1810.6210.9611.2111.3811.511Wave / BMA = 0.13Depth = 25
        B =2.41131E-05                Amp / Freq = 0.50Level = 25
        IndexRegressionWave 1Wave 2Wave 3Wave 4Wave 5Wave 6Wave 7Wave 8RemainderData
       
        47804.539489528-0.141075908-0.238744178-0.645263713-0.684900358-0.584735842-0.379198403-0.135203140.0586526332.2109793814
        47814.539513641-0.147431851-0.174270414-0.558518609-0.638163837-0.57712815-0.442097342-0.297573685-0.200664202-1.5036655510
        47824.539537755-0.153871147-0.092938272-0.385366744-0.403335409-0.292173174-0.177740515-0.108085815-0.0749960840.1489694073
        47834.539561868-0.160483144-3.37528E-05-0.160182389-0.0840191940.0863373060.1718001590.1474087040.0896069710.3700034735
        47844.539585981-0.1673610520.0977863880.0721720220.1936299120.3567841220.3926643590.2949531860.168235786-0.9484507055
        47854.539610094-0.174597890.1936001940.2754438730.352327610.4299259040.4513621840.4061252770.3568622542.16934059
        47864.539634207-0.1822826460.2809289830.4263653390.3439397730.159380698-0.004210074-0.109245752-0.156443057-0.2980674715
        47874.53965832-0.1904956330.3548790420.5361298890.308787855-0.05706371-0.301828904-0.407528718-0.451733985-3.3308041571
        47884.539682433-0.1993052310.4117304710.6172189560.353968920.0593785340.0417590660.1774028470.2997255722.6984384319
        47894.539706547-0.2087652840.4483581110.6528895210.3539176440.016628815-0.0287524580.1034083430.2283311540.8942776087
        47904.53973066-0.2189112260.4636016120.6458602420.337986049-0.097964181-0.346286055-0.378874645-0.323706453-0.6214360034
        47914.539754773-0.2297585840.4579110170.6045266310.3948030290.045862126-0.276476105-0.454032551-0.509588175-2.573002162
        47924.539778886-0.2413018380.432953040.5222707460.5042930850.5107904390.4332309610.3124043290.224323131.7612572219
        47934.539802999-0.253514360.3912938610.369839080.4387751570.689169020.7799624050.6700609120.500357753-0.1257468268
        47944.539827112-0.2663476850.3375332020.1513713190.1241918590.390909490.5613115630.5487010460.467433272.1450688239
        47954.539851225-0.2797330060.27769225-0.093139252-0.363285612-0.327447979-0.276693226-0.268611979-0.267702262-1.9409301581
        47964.539875338-0.293582250.218602327-0.286583306-0.729006506-0.811391915-0.733420942-0.589759268-0.4333168680.118583391
        47974.539899452-0.3077912150.165471462-0.378662458-0.826181879-0.861684123-0.703266583-0.512514901-0.361768446-0.7535013080
        47984.539923565-0.3222414890.121070543-0.356908547-0.644319279-0.492884798-0.203684784-0.0031553840.073054108-0.7108539362
        47994.539947678-0.3368030110.085295479-0.251652992-0.332051474-0.0446783040.2999232310.4979168490.5585407042.983561848
        48004.539971791-0.3513363630.05582585-0.11315395-0.0796709580.0480432370.0890968660.051152776-0.006876592-0.2330526574
        48014.539995904-0.3656942120.0298160880.0337560550.155206850.109639229-0.115382493-0.327786867-0.456483145-3.6030674090
        48024.540020017-0.3797240870.0040861350.1662760120.4168908320.42970530.3043849460.2258940780.2239838993.0684828689
        48034.54004413-0.393271388-0.0247794560.238712370.526563460.4918514220.3120990230.1879750710.13165344-1.0108480735
        48044.540068244-0.406180363-0.058277780.2412410270.4966944490.4044856570.2068938490.0994843260.0751208691.4004697227
        48054.540092357-0.418297713-0.0963643930.1772696390.3460297170.181648046-0.06239714-0.210603763-0.275078926-2.1822978262
        48064.54011647-0.429474642-0.1370200770.0733664850.1850705250.1135245280.0489486550.0360765240.0448575590.5245339745
        48074.540140583-0.439570613-0.177409151-0.054720746-0.0114177640.0006749040.0849432680.1682453950.2151597721.6739543536
        48084.540164696-0.448455771-0.213866181-0.183977719-0.236423325-0.248063281-0.178538669-0.134233045-0.137306324-1.7593003811
      Quantum48094.540188809-0.456013642-0.242321899-0.27834673-0.375673324-0.347753749-0.198513583-0.082935359-0.0274171860.4687866633
      Projection ->48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.7306287942.09030508





      The Regression and Waves are worked out to the last draw for this sample, draw Index 4809.

      Index 4810 is the Quantum Projection for the next draw and shows the possible continuation of the Regression and Waves.

      The waves tend to suggest that the outcome might be something below the Regression; at this point it's 4.540212922, which is about average ball number overall.

      So, the best guess at this point would be to choose a number lower than 4.540212922 for the next draw.

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        We can sum all the waves and see the effect each has all at once.

        This is the variation from the regression line.

         

          IndexWaves Sum
         
          4780-2.75047
          4781-3.03585
          4782-1.68851
          47830.090435
          47841.408865
          47852.291049
          47860.758433
          4787-0.20885
          47881.761879
          47891.566016
          47900.081705
          47910.033247
          47922.698964
          47933.585944
          47942.315104
          4795-1.59892
          4796-3.65846
          4797-3.7864
          4798-1.82907
          47990.47649
          4800-0.30692
          4801-0.93693
          48021.391497
          48031.470804
          48041.059462
          4805-0.35779
          4806-0.06465
          4807-0.21409
          4808-1.78086
        Quantum4809-2.00898
        Projection ->4810-1.71928

         

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          Keep in mind, the wave projections are based on the Ultimate Wave Predictor equation.

          The Quantum Projection line uses the Ultimate Wave Predictor Settings to project the wave in to the next draw.

          These settings are based on the last 25 draws and average at a level of 25.

          To know more about how the settings affect the projection, see the Ultimate Wave Predictor.

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            Based on just the waves and regression, summing the regression and waves, the projected outcome would be about 2.82093387 for a number in column B.

            Being that it's between numbers, it could be either 2 or 3, only on regression and waves.

            The next draw for this data set is for 2013-03-02 and the draw (A B C) for that day was 4 2 2, so 2 was the next number in column B.

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              Does this always workout like that, where the regression and waves are perfectly positioned near the next draw? No.

              It just happens to work for this instance.

              This is where the other way of looking at it takes a turn in to Quantum Projection.

              In Quantum Projection, there is no one single outcome; there are many.

              This is where the remainder comes in.

              The remainder acts as a random component that works to simulate the randomness of the phenomena we are looking at.

              Put another way, it works to mimic the lottery's random selection.

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                If you take the Quantum Projection line and copy / paste it several times, you'll see the Data column has mostly different values for each line.

                What you are seeing is the Quantum Selection in action; no one single outcome.

                For everyone else, if you're doing this on your computer, you'll have a different outcome.

                However, the outcomes will have fairly similar values.

                Below is an example of the copy / paste.

                  Type =LinearBMA Degree 1BMA Degree 2BMA Degree 3BMA Degree 4BMA Degree 5BMA Degree 6BMA Degree 7BMA Degree 8AlgorithmPredictor
                  A =4.42422875-1.458-0.4530.1810.6210.9611.2111.3811.511Wave / BMA = 0.13Depth = 25
                  B =2.41131E-05                Amp / Freq = 0.50Level = 25
                  IndexRegressionWave 1Wave 2Wave 3Wave 4Wave 5Wave 6Wave 7Wave 8RemainderData
                 
                  48064.54011647-0.429474642-0.1370200770.0733664850.1850705250.1135245280.0489486550.0360765240.0448575590.5245339745
                  48074.540140583-0.439570613-0.177409151-0.054720746-0.0114177640.0006749040.0849432680.1682453950.2151597721.6739543536
                  48084.540164696-0.448455771-0.213866181-0.183977719-0.236423325-0.248063281-0.178538669-0.134233045-0.137306324-1.7593003811
                Quantum48094.540188809-0.456013642-0.242321899-0.27834673-0.375673324-0.347753749-0.198513583-0.082935359-0.0274171860.4687866633
                Projection ->48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.6844924951.13644138
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.8888644150.93206946
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722382.6633416075.48427548
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.7057431572.11519071
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722380.8463272543.66726112
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722382.2445734735.06550734
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.3879611224.20889499
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.4509323374.27186621
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.6444847471.17644912
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.7753235214.59625739
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.1852736284.0062075
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722383.3249728936.14590676
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722383.503488446.32442231
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.9162527014.73718657
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.6712643692.1496695
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.7429098522.07802402
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.5771935262.24374034
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.6340389492.18689492
                  48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.4498939524.27082782

                 

                Each line is the sum of the Regression, Waves and Remainder.

                The Remainder in the Quantum Projection line is chosen at random from all the previous remainder values.

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                  In this example of Quantum Projections, we can see the values are in decimal form.

                  We need to apply a uniform way of getting the integer value we need to play or work with.

                  To do this we can use either a rounding or an integer-modulus.

                  For this we will use the integer-modulus because it works well in wrapping numbers around and keeps everything well balanced, as we will see later.

                  Below is the same table with the Integer-Modulus adjustment.

                   

                    Type =LinearBMA Degree 1BMA Degree 2BMA Degree 3BMA Degree 4BMA Degree 5BMA Degree 6BMA Degree 7BMA Degree 8AlgorithmPredictor
                    A =4.42422875-1.458-0.4530.1810.6210.9611.2111.3811.511Wave / BMA = 0.13Depth = 25
                    B =2.41131E-05                Amp / Freq = 0.50Level = 25
                    IndexRegressionWave 1Wave 2Wave 3Wave 4Wave 5Wave 6Wave 7Wave 8RemainderData
                   
                    48064.54011647-0.429474642-0.1370200770.0733664850.1850705250.1135245280.0489486550.0360765240.0448575590.5245339745
                    48074.540140583-0.439570613-0.177409151-0.054720746-0.0114177640.0006749040.0849432680.1682453950.2151597721.6739543536
                    48084.540164696-0.448455771-0.213866181-0.183977719-0.236423325-0.248063281-0.178538669-0.134233045-0.137306324-1.7593003811
                  Quantum48094.540188809-0.456013642-0.242321899-0.27834673-0.375673324-0.347753749-0.198513583-0.082935359-0.0274171860.4687866633
                  Projection ->48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.6844924951
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.8888644150
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722382.6633416075
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.7057431572
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722380.8463272543
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722382.2445734735
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.3879611224
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.4509323374
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-1.6444847471
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.7753235214
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.1852736284
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722383.3249728936
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722383.503488446
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.9162527014
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.6712643692
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.7429098522
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.5771935262
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.152172238-0.6340389492
                    48104.540212922-0.459455035-0.254153016-0.313626432-0.416070485-0.346491711-0.1294543480.0477997380.1521722381.4498939524

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                    So, you like statistics, here's where you can generate all the statistics you'd like.

                    For this example, we will copy and paste the Quantum Projection line 1,500 times.

                    This should give a nice statistical based to work with.

                    With those 1,500 Quantum Projection lines we can look at a few things like, average projection, standard deviation of the projection, distributions of the projections.

                    We can see how this all fits in to selecting numbers for the next draw.

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                      If we copy and paste the Quantum Projection line 1,500 times, we get in our sample set an average of μ = 2.835478373 and a standard deviation of σ = 1.761052363 for this instance and on our computer.

                      You'll get slightly different values due to the Quantum variations in your selections.

                      If we look for a statistical probability that is 25% above and below the average we can calculate a range of values from our average and standard deviation.

                      That would be μ ± 0.674489750196082 · σ , this would become 2.835478373 ± 0.674489750196082 · 1.761052363 or 2.835478373 ± 1.187811768.

                      This gives a range of about 1.647666605 to 4.023290141.

                      That means there's about a 50% probability the number will be in that range.

                      If we use Integer-Modulus on it, the range becomes 1 to 4.

                      The number that came up was a 2.

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                        From another Quantum Projection sample we can find the distribution of numbers with an Integer-Modulus applied.

                        The following table and graph show the distribution of our Quantum Projections.

                        NumberFrequency
                        093
                        1145
                        2269
                        3298
                        4282
                        5221
                        6147
                        744
                        81
                        90

                         

                        You can see the peak is at 3 and falls of nicely in both directions when using the Integer-Modulus.

                        We find that a rounding tends to put a bias at either end of 0 or 9 and can give a misread of the Quantum Projections.

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                          Alright, enough for today, need some sleep.

                          But, before we continue on.

                          We would like you to expand your understanding that this part of the example isn't restrictive to just the column B.

                          This is just the example for one kind of data set.

                          The basic idea is knowing the Wave Matrix tries to project for that next possible outcome, not just for this example, but for other forms of data with different values.

                          Since there is no way for the Wave Matrix to know exactly what kind of data you're working with, you must do that yourself.

                          We're going to get in to other data sets in a bit, however, if the wheels in your head are churning, remember you're in control of the wheels and how they all interlock.

                          Put it another way, if you've come up with a very unique way of generating sets of numbers, you can only know how those data sets can be interpreted and the projected outcome the Wave Matrix estimates.

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                            Ok, we're back on.

                            Before we continue, we need to go over the math of the Integer-Modulus.

                            In Excel, the basic formula is ' = INT(MOD( X , N )) ' where X is the number being modified and N is the evenly divided set X is being compared with.

                            In the previous example this worked well with the integer set of {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9}, because it is zero based and there are only ten integers in the set.

                            The Excel formula then easily works out to ' = INT(MOD( X , 10 )) ' where X is the cell with the number we need to modify.

                            As we move forward, we need change this formula a bit for a different set of integers that are not zero based.

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                              To change the Integer-Modulus for other integer sets that are not zero based, we need to consider the limits of the set of numbers.

                              Also, the integer values must change by only 1 between each number in the set.

                              Examples of a good integer set to apply the Integer-Modulus are {11, 12, 13, 14, 15} or {-100, -99, -98, -97} or {-10, -9, -8, -7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}, all these have numbers that are 1 away from each in the set.

                              Examples of not good set to apply the Integer-Modulus are {-10, -7, 1, 8, 100} or {1, 3, 5, 7, 11}, these sets of numbers do not change between them by a value of 1.

                              The limits in our evenly distributed integers have low numbers (L) like, 11, -100 and -10, and high (H) numbers like 15, -97, and 10 for each of the examples above.

                              Here's how to change the formula so the Integer-Modulus can be applied to the other non-zero based integer sets.

                              Using the low, L, and high, H, values, the formula is the following: ' = INT(MOD( X - L , H - L + 1 )) + L '

                              Now we can apply the Integer-Modulus to any set of evenly distributed integers.

                              If we apply it to our original set of 0 to 9 integers we get, L = 0, H = 9; ' = INT(MOD( X - 0 , 9 - 0 + 1 )) + 0 ' which reduces to ' = INT(MOD( X , 10 )) '.

                              Now if we apply it to the example set of -10 to 10 integers we shown earlier, the formula works out to, L = -10, H = 10; ' = INT(MOD( X - (-10) , 10 - (-10) + 1 )) + (-10) ' which reduces to ' = INT(MOD( X + 10 , 21 )) - 10 '.

                              For now just keep this in mind because we will apply it to other integer sets to come.

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