This is a little later than i expected to be back on here doing anything but, it's what i can do. Still gotta get back to what i was talking about last night. Plus, the charts are just about finished with all the new stuff added so I will be getting those uploaded hopefully tonight.
But this is from todays draw here and what i saw with it from the searching sheet. Working off of the 8-4-4 from the 25th day draw, and 6-8-6 from the 24th day draw. Today was 3-8-3.
The two colmns marked under as E-O to the left of EE-OO in columns AG -AJ. I added these to mark out the ones that shouldn't be hitting next. Since there would be tow different possible readings from the E-O and the EE-OO charts i put on for each. If i figure the 8 from the 25th will be going up i fill in the 0-7 in the E-O brackets. Providing the 8 didn't go down from the previous game. Then the 9 would be the only one left to choose as the next number. In this case, i read wrong. But hang on with that....
If i decided the 6 would be going up from the 24th, i fill in the EE-OO side and compare it with the E-0 side as to what should be filled in and gotten out of the way.
If i decide the number will be even or odd, i just fill in the opposite in this part also. It will leave me with what to choose from.
I added the green blocks to the columns above the date to put my guess in for the draw. That way i can go back and see where i screwed up at. Or what i got right.
I also added black fill to all the unused cells to keep the eyes focused on the numbers only and none of the surrounding areas. It helps me focus anyway.
I definetly went the wrong direction with my up and downs on the first and third numbers. The second one, you can see i was dead on with.
What i thought was funny about this one was the 9's versus the 3's. I chose 9's incase anyone is reading this. 3 is the root of 9. 9-8-9 was my pick for the draw today. Got the doubles, with the center number correct. I should have looked at it closer to see the 3's but didn't. I didn't play, so no harm no foul.
Anyway, if you look at the first workout, with the numbers i narrowed it down to, it is 9 and nothing else, or 0. 0 with the 9 giving the root of 9, which is 3.
The second set of numbers. What is left is 5-6-7-8-9. Adding those up totalled 35, which summed up to 8, the second number. Not totaling both columns together on any of these.
For the third set of numbers, i had left to choose from, 5-7-9. Those totalled up to, 21, which summed up is 3. The third number. Just making mental note here. It helps me see what is going on with this and kind of helps anyone checking, to see how i read this.
Now to get those 3's. On the subtracted sums of the three top blocks. (The yellow over blue in rows 5-6 columns, K-L, S-T, AA-AB.) I use the red for subtraction and green for the added sums on this part. There is a 3 in both the 2nd and 3rd blocks over subtracted sums. Not in the first one though. But there is 5-5-2-2. There shows the doubles coming. 5-2=3 and 5-2=3. To get the 8 on this one, there are three ways according to numbers. Subtract one 2 from one of the 5's giving you 3 and add it to the other 5. Or part of what I've been talking about, add the two 5's together, giving 10 (0) and subtract a 2 from it giving 8. Or, add the two 2's together giving 4 and using the 5 or tow 5's added making 10 (0) doubling the 4 to make 8.
On the second one, first set, there is 3-4-1-0. There is one 3, with the 4-1=3, and 3+4+1=8. 3-8-3 on that one.
Then the third block of set 1. Well, you can all see that and the rest of them.
Side note: Look at the 7-0 in J5 and J6. 0(10)-7=3. 4-1 in R5 and R6. 4-1=3. 5-3 in Z5 and Z6. 5+3=8. 3-8-3.
Now. H-9 and I-8 are 7 and 5. 7+5=12=1+2=3. K8 and K9 are 0 and 9. L8 and L9 are 5 and 7. This is a sum of 21, BUT,,,, flip that 0 to a 5 cause they are so linked, and it gives 26, which is 8. And finally, N8 and O9 are 0 and 9. With the 0 working with what I've been trying to understand and show on here, root of 9 is 3. 3-8-3 there.
That should show a little how this works anyway. No, I do not understand why it does what it does. I have been going over and over in the roots and placement of numbers in each trying to figure this out. Maybe, one day. But still looking for now.
As for the date. The date had a sum of 8. 26th =2+6=8. A subtracted sum of 4. The numbers had a sum of 5 , or half. The 8 showed up right in the center. Half of 8 is the 4 which is the subtracted sum. 4+8=12=1+2=3. 8-5=3. 3-8-3. If that makes sense.
A mental note is for the 25th draw here on that. 25th was 8-4-4. 8+4+4=16, summed up to 7. Date summed up to 7. To make a long story short(er) the 5 (half) from the 25th, compared to the numbers of 8-4-4.
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