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Pick 5 Math Gurus Needed

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Posted: March 31, 2014, 10:12 am - IP Logged

Remember to always play a 1! That is the single most winning number for all jackpot games throughout history. Might help you cut out some combinations?

1 and 2 together are also the hottest.

@ Lottolaughs I find that 0 and 1 works for P five too take 3 numbers you like and add the 01

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    Posted: April 3, 2014, 4:02 pm - IP Logged

    Good morning!

    I am trying to figure something out, and normally, I am very good at math, but needed to see if there was anybody out there that could help me out with a combinations question:

    You are playing a 5/39 Pick-5 lottery. You have divided up your numbers into 3 batches of 13, in which you are taking 2 numbers from the first batch of 13, one number from the 2nd batch of 13 and 2 numbers from the 3rd batch of 13. How many total combinations would there be? I am thinking that there are 79,092 combinations, but I could be wrong. Could someone please verify? Thank you!

    CPS10

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      Posted: April 8, 2014, 8:52 am - IP Logged

      Out of 3312 drawings of Ohio's Rolling Cash5(5/39) only 95 of the drawings had all odd numbers and only 56 had all even numbers.

      Is that good or bad. Any triggers???

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        Posted: April 13, 2014, 6:50 pm - IP Logged

        Good morning!

        I am trying to figure something out, and normally, I am very good at math, but needed to see if there was anybody out there that could help me out with a combinations question:

        You are playing a 5/39 Pick-5 lottery. You have divided up your numbers into 3 batches of 13, in which you are taking 2 numbers from the first batch of 13, one number from the 2nd batch of 13 and 2 numbers from the 3rd batch of 13. How many total combinations would there be? I am thinking that there are 79,092 combinations, but I could be wrong. Could someone please verify? Thank you!

        CPS10

        There are 13 sets of 2 numbers in 13 so 78 * 13 * 78 = 79,902

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          Posted: April 13, 2014, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

          Disregard above, I meant to say there are 78 pairs of 2 numbers in 13 so 78 * 13 * 78 = 79,092

          RL

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