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How do you use sums and roots to predict the next number

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Krypton
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Posted: February 5, 2014, 8:56 am - IP Logged

I play mainly jackpot games but to me numbers are numbers. Can someone give me the run down , readers digest version or details on how to use sums / roots to predict the next number(s)?  I've just recently documenting them. Now that have all this data what do I do with it?

Thanks y'all. Hopefully this is the right place for this post. If not please direct me where to ask. Thanks

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    Krypton
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    Posted: February 5, 2014, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

    HMM, all these views and no one knows LOL. Or no one uses them?  Or not know how to?

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      Posted: February 5, 2014, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

      Sums are easy. Just make some statistics on highest sum and lowest sum appearing in the last 30-50 draws and make sure the sum of the lines on your lottery ticket or wheel is somewhere between lowest sum and highest sum.

      Use a spreadsheet for statistics. You might need lottery software to automatically create the lines based on sum.

      Some lottery software might do the statistics as well, but I do not know which one does.

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        Krypton
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        Posted: February 5, 2014, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

        I am pretty good with excel and have a formula that converts the whoe numbers to the roots automatically.  Question:  wouldnt the smallest be 1 and largerst say 59=14=5 ... so wouldnt that consit off all number? Ehat am I missing?

         

        If SUMS then ignore my ststement about all numbers 1-59

         

        Do you use rooots?

        Do I want SUMS or ROOT or BOTH?

          LottoBux's avatar - 2elh5if
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          Posted: February 5, 2014, 12:58 pm - IP Logged

          I am pretty good with excel and have a formula that converts the whoe numbers to the roots automatically.  Question:  wouldnt the smallest be 1 and largerst say 59=14=5 ... so wouldnt that consit off all number? Ehat am I missing?

           

          If SUMS then ignore my ststement about all numbers 1-59

           

          Do you use rooots?

          Do I want SUMS or ROOT or BOTH?

          The Sums In Jackpot Games Is Far Different Than Pick3/Pick4 Sums.

          In JP Games You Add Up All The Numbers Together For Your Sum.

          Ex. 9-12-22-25-38-45 Added Together Would Equal 151.

          The Average Sum In A 6/49 Game Is Between 115-185.

          The Chart Below Is From GH's Most Probable Range Of Sums

          From The Site:

          More than 70 percent of all lotto jackpot winning combinations are produced by only 27 or 28 percent of all possible sums.

          Pick-6 Lottery Games

          Number FieldMidpoint Number70 Percent Range
          6/257861-95
          6/309373-113
          6/329977-121
          6/3310279-125
          6/3410582-128
          6/3510884-132
          6/3611186-136
          6/3711488-140
          6/3811791-143
          6/3912093-147
          6/4012395-151
          6/4112697-155
          6/42129100-158
          6/43132102-162
          6/44135104-166
          6/45138106-170
          6/46141109-173
          6/47144111-177
          6/48147113-181
          6/49150115-185
          6/50153118-188
          6/51156120-192
          6/52159122-196
          6/53162124-200
          6/54165127-203
          6/55168129-207
          6/56171131-211
          6/58177136-218
          6/59180138-222
          6/60183140-226
          6/69210161-259
          6/90273208-338

                                 

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            Posted: February 5, 2014, 2:37 pm - IP Logged

            If you don't mind, I live in Texas.  What would be the Field ranges for the Powerball , Mega Millions, Texas Two Step and Lotto Texas?  Is this information easily available?

            What steps do you take to narrow down or pick your numbers using the Sums?   Is there a so to speak magic formula LOL  What I mean is do you say take the 6/49 for example which your range is 115-185.  What % do you use for each ball or how do you pick?

              LottoBux's avatar - 2elh5if
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              If you don't mind, I live in Texas.  What would be the Field ranges for the Powerball , Mega Millions, Texas Two Step and Lotto Texas?  Is this information easily available?

              What steps do you take to narrow down or pick your numbers using the Sums?   Is there a so to speak magic formula LOL  What I mean is do you say take the 6/49 for example which your range is 115-185.  What % do you use for each ball or how do you pick?

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                Posted: February 5, 2014, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

                The Sums In Jackpot Games Is Far Different Than Pick3/Pick4 Sums.

                In JP Games You Add Up All The Numbers Together For Your Sum.

                Ex. 9-12-22-25-38-45 Added Together Would Equal 151.

                The Average Sum In A 6/49 Game Is Between 115-185.

                The Chart Below Is From GH's Most Probable Range Of Sums

                From The Site:

                More than 70 percent of all lotto jackpot winning combinations are produced by only 27 or 28 percent of all possible sums.

                Pick-6 Lottery Games

                Number FieldMidpoint Number70 Percent Range
                6/257861-95
                6/309373-113
                6/329977-121
                6/3310279-125
                6/3410582-128
                6/3510884-132
                6/3611186-136
                6/3711488-140
                6/3811791-143
                6/3912093-147
                6/4012395-151
                6/4112697-155
                6/42129100-158
                6/43132102-162
                6/44135104-166
                6/45138106-170
                6/46141109-173
                6/47144111-177
                6/48147113-181
                6/49150115-185
                6/50153118-188
                6/51156120-192
                6/52159122-196
                6/53162124-200
                6/54165127-203
                6/55168129-207
                6/56171131-211
                6/58177136-218
                6/59180138-222
                6/60183140-226
                6/69210161-259
                6/90273208-338

                The Average Sum In A 6/49 Game Is Between 115-185.

                The Chart Below Is From GH's Most Probable Range Of Sums

                Why use GH's charts if you track and play the game?  I track and play Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) and these are the figures from its last 1102 drawings.

                All sums = 45 - 257

                95%  = 87 - 216

                80% = 111 - 198

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                   
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                  LottoBux's avatar - 2elh5if
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                  The Average Sum In A 6/49 Game Is Between 115-185.

                  The Chart Below Is From GH's Most Probable Range Of Sums

                  Why use GH's charts if you track and play the game?  I track and play Ohio's Classic Lotto(6/49) and these are the figures from its last 1102 drawings.

                  All sums = 45 - 257

                  95%  = 87 - 216

                  80% = 111 - 198

                  I Don't Play JP Games Myself Because Of The Ridiculous Odds.

                                         

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                    Posted: February 7, 2014, 2:04 pm - IP Logged

                    If you don't mind, I live in Texas.  What would be the Field ranges for the Powerball , Mega Millions, Texas Two Step and Lotto Texas?  Is this information easily available?

                    What steps do you take to narrow down or pick your numbers using the Sums?   Is there a so to speak magic formula LOL  What I mean is do you say take the 6/49 for example which your range is 115-185.  What % do you use for each ball or how do you pick?

                    OK here is what I do.... First you usually have a bonus number ie the power ball number. Seperate this number from the rest as it is drawn separate from the larger pool. Look at the other 5 numbers kinda like a five number lottery. It is much easier to simpley play a most frequent bonus number set and reducce the number of combos played. The list in one of the prevous posts looks alot like the list of most frequent sums from Gail Howards site, while this is not a bad thing, you must remember the lottery is dynamic and constantly changing with each new draw. I usually look for the most frequent sums. Then I track the numbers positionally finding the most frequent numbers for each position. I usually wind up using the number sets that match the sum or sum range that comes out most often. To the extent of what I can afford to play... You will kind of get dissapointed if you cannot play but 5 sets and one of your other numbers hits something good. This has happened to me before, I get mad and just play quick pick for awhile, as I cannot afford a gambling addiction, I just watch the numbers. One day when and if I ever have the time I would love to use the prediction tracker avaliable on this site. Well thats my method for better or worse hope this helps.

                      addai1516's avatar - lib
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                      Posted: February 10, 2014, 1:51 pm - IP Logged

                      I play mainly jackpot games but to me numbers are numbers. Can someone give me the run down , readers digest version or details on how to use sums / roots to predict the next number(s)?  I've just recently documenting them. Now that have all this data what do I do with it?

                      Thanks y'all. Hopefully this is the right place for this post. If not please direct me where to ask. Thanks

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