Well, i guess everyone thinks I've hit a wall and stuck again? Not quite. I'm just getting started. I have been going over and over this searching book to see if i could come up with a way that you could just put the numbers in and it pop out the next ones. Nice and easy. Well it has been harder than i thought. But not so hard it can't be done. My limited excel skills have put me in slow mo' but I'm getting there.
I figured with me seeing the numbers in that upper right hand corner of the newest part had something to do with it. Well, more than i thought. I'm talking under the X for 0 and 1's total times showing up in the workouts. The numbers still show upin the - and + but they are harder to read if you don't know what to look for. Actually the subtracted sum and the added sums of the total amount of times 0,1,2 showed up in th chart show the numbers in order. There's usually a 0 in the mix there and they're a bit tricky. But there.
Now what I've done is taken the number of times that 0 and 1 hit. Brought that down to it's own cube and separted it into two separate digits. Like if it was 43, then 4 goes first on the upper left corner of the square, and 3 in the upper right corner. The total of 1 goes in under.
I then went around it like I've showed on here already with adding and subtracting. Gettin each possible result from all the angles. That's 12 total sums by adding and subtracting. That's on a square with 4 sides. 12 little squares make the outer realm of the cube. We are looking for three numbers. 3x4=12. Making sense???
Now, with doing this i decided to play around with ways to automate it to pick the numbers for us. To make it easier for the users to see what i have with it. Everything i tested just didn't give the results i wanted. So. I got into the cube i just talked about. I know i saw that the nuumbers kept adding up. And kept adding up. So i tested it a little more. And this is what i'm showing now.
The cube is in the center with all the colors in it. The sums where 72 for 0 and 24 for 1. This was the 12-5-12 draw for here in NC.
I started with the subtracted sums at the top. The dark red ones. 2-5-3-5-2-0. Now you can see 2-7-9 in there if you look close. Just in those numbers. The 5 over 5 above this is by taking first the 2 in the lower left hand corner and subtracting it from the 5. Then going on to the right subtracting each number from the next. These are in the pinkish cells right above the cube as 3-2-2-3-2. The ones ontop of these are doing the same thing but adding the numbers. That gave 7-8-8-7-2. The next row up is taking the first set (the ones i just talked about) and subtracting the sums from each other in the pinkish. That gave 7-3=4, 8-2=6, 8-2=6, 7-3=4 and 2-2=0. Then added then on top of that. 7+3=10, 8+2=10, and so on. The top section is doing the same thing again. Only this time, because there are double digits involved, i summed them up to there single form on top.
Now the top offshoot to the right is those summed up numbers and the subtracted ones turned sideways to make it easier to read. And here is where it got fun. Under the + column is those digits added together. Under the -column is the subtracted sums of the two columns. With the last - column them subtraced again. You can see the uniformity of the numbers here. A nice little pattern. And the only one that had a double digit reaction was the bottom 6 and 4. But it also had more sums. Because of this. The 2, i posted on the back of it here. The 1's from the 10's i guess can go along with the 7 to give 7-1=6, the 9 reversed and with the 5 to give 5+1=6, the 9 reversed again. And if you add all the numbers from the top rows together, it totals 34 which is 1 or 7.
If you total the second row down up it totals 64, which is 2 or 10. 10 is either 9 subtracted or 1 added. The first row above the cube has a total of 44. 44 is either 0 or 4. Half of 4 is 2. 0 halves the 4. 0 as 5 with 4 makes 9. And 0 halving the 4 to 2 and subtracting the 2 from the 9 gives 7. See the 0 in the upper right subtracted corner by it's self??? It's the only one in the workout.
The cube you can see the pattern it made. Nice and pretty.
The lower part is doing the same thing with the added sums. The total added sums only. From lower left swinging up around to the right. 4-9-6-2-6-9. The second 2 doesn't count, cause it's already there. It's the sum of 11.
The subtracted sums first gave 5-3-4-4-3. With the added 13-15-8-8-15. Notice on the subtracted side it was the last workout that showed the numbers. Here on the added side it's the first. I've turned these sideways again to show. 5+13=18 which is 7 or 9. Well you can see for yourself it's there. Only the 7 and 9 are backwards as to what they where at the top. But, if 0 is the starting of numbers, then subtracting is kind of like behind isn't it? Just reverse the subtracting here and it's laid out perfect, 2-7-9. Well for both actually, the 2 is hanging behind the 4 and 6 at the top.
Adding the total up on the second row below the cube workout is, from left to right, 8+4=12, 12+6=18, 4+8=12, 4+8=12, and 12+6=18. There's 2-7-9 all over that.
The last row has totals of, from left and right again, 0 and 8 a difference of 2. 0 and 12, which is 1 and 3, and has a difference of 2. Well you can do the math there.
The first 5 over 5 below the cube has a total combined sum of 78 and is either 1 or 15, then 4 or 6. The subtracted sum of 1 with the added sum of 6 =7.
Second 5 over 5 has a total of 72. 72 is either 5 or 9. Ain't it funny how a 5 is like an upside down 2 and 9 is like an upside right 6??? 2 is double, and 5 is half or double. (of 0 anyway.)
Third set totals 56. 56 is either 1 or 11. 11 is 0 or 2. 0 (5) and 2 is 7. And/or the 1 and 0 (5) is 6. An usipde down 9.
But this could just be again. Thought I'd throw it out there and let ya'll take a look see.
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