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Do Anyone Have A Superior System How To Track Sums Pick 4

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Posted: March 29, 2014, 10:15 am - IP Logged

HELP PLEASE

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    Posted: March 30, 2014, 11:55 am - IP Logged

    I keep track with paper and pencil

    Example

    I started a list with all the sums and as they came in I scratched it off and listed it at the bottom.

    14

    19

    24 ETC

    When 14comes in, it goes to the bottom, now let's say 24 came in before 14, it still goes to the bottom,

    I also track root sums the same way, with due pairs, you can trap a number

    Example if pair 36 is at the top of my list, sum 19 root sum 1

    I would play 3619-3682, any sum 19 with 36 in the equation.

    I like paper because it's easier then toggling back and forth on a computor and you can spred things out in front of you.

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      Posted: April 5, 2014, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

      Sum
      15 8 11 15

      1  2  3  4
      5  6  7  8
      9  0  1  2

      so

      if next number, let's say in pos 1 is 0
      then sum would be 15
      if next number in pos1 is 1, then sum is 16
      so on....and so on for each position

      Thus, you would examine per vertical position
      Is the sum going to be 15?
      If not, than number is not 0
      Is the sum going to be pos or neg?
      If found that it's negative, let's say, then we would have numbers
      in position 1 as positive.
      Is the rootsum negative or positive? 
      Find the root.

      Find where the sum vertically could come from
      Find where the root vertically could come from

      Find all ternary possible numbers to eliminate further.

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        Posted: April 5, 2014, 2:12 pm - IP Logged

        You can also find if pos/neg by ternary numbers.

        Eg 

        LEt's say

        Last numbers in position1 were: 5 4 3

        position 1
                  number     delta       diff between delta
                   5           1           0
                   4           0           1


        Now, binary groups could be   (from bin to decimal)
         6
         3
         4

        Below are just Total Odd/Even bin to decimal

        0-all odd
        1-1 odd
        3-2 odd
        7-3 odd
        15-4 odd
        31-5 odd

         

         

        NUMBER Possible  NUM/DELTA/DIFF     TernaryGrpUpDown
        -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    0             0 6 3                              4
        _________________________________________________________________
                    1             1 5 2                              5
        _________________________________________________________________
                    2             2 4 1                              3
        _________________________________________________________________
                    3             3 3 0                              6
        _________________________________________________________________
                    4             4 2 1                              0
        _________________________________________________________________
                    5             5 1 2                              2
        _________________________________________________________________
                    6             6 0 3                             19
        _________________________________________________________________
                    7             7 1 2                             11
        _________________________________________________________________

        I would only examine 2 or 5 from the ternary groups 3, 2---> which would come out?  I can go further and examine the odd/even of the ternary groups themselves (3,2) if odd, even.  You can go as deep into levels as you have time.