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Counting Repeats after Doubles

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Tialuvslotto's avatar - Jailin
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Posted: June 16, 2014, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

I have a question for y'all...

When counting repeats how do you count the double digits?

For example, if 123 is followed by 533 would you count the repeat as 2 digits?  Or only one?

I can see arguments on both sides, one one hand the "3" is only one digit.  On the other hand, it occurs twice.

I'm trying to develop a system based on repeating numbers, which is why this is important.

Thanks In Advance,

Tia

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    Posted: June 16, 2014, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

    My vote ......  count it as 2 digit repeat. But, no matter what you choose..... the most important is....be consistent.. for sure.  Cheers

     Your Welcome ... in reverse. LOL 

     

     

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      Posted: June 16, 2014, 3:04 pm - IP Logged

      I have a question for y'all...

      When counting repeats how do you count the double digits?

      For example, if 123 is followed by 533 would you count the repeat as 2 digits?  Or only one?

      I can see arguments on both sides, one one hand the "3" is only one digit.  On the other hand, it occurs twice.

      I'm trying to develop a system based on repeating numbers, which is why this is important.

      Thanks In Advance,

      Tia

      https://app.box.com/s/4ih2hr2i8vthx78b59ib

      Here are some Excel examples. Like Win D stated, be consistent.

        Tialuvslotto's avatar - Jailin
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        Posted: June 16, 2014, 3:26 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks Win D and Carbob!

        Actually, it doesn't make a huge difference.

        Counting the double digit repeat as 1 we get:

         Overall

        After Double 

         After Unmatched
        038.3%51.0%33.5%
        148.4%44.2%50.1%
        212.5%4.8%15.4%
        30.8%0.0%1.1%

        Counting the double digit repeat as 2 we get:

         OverallAfter Double 

        After Unmatched

        038.7%47.2%35.5%
        142.3%42.1%42.4%
        216.9%9.9%19.5%
        32.1%0.8%2.6%

        However, I kinda like the 50/50 split of repeats after doubles -- it just makes sense since there are only 2 digits available to repeat.


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          Posted: June 16, 2014, 3:49 pm - IP Logged

          I have a question for y'all...

          When counting repeats how do you count the double digits?

          For example, if 123 is followed by 533 would you count the repeat as 2 digits?  Or only one?

          I can see arguments on both sides, one one hand the "3" is only one digit.  On the other hand, it occurs twice.

          I'm trying to develop a system based on repeating numbers, which is why this is important.

          Thanks In Advance,

          Tia

          I guess it depends on what universe you decide to live in.

          In one Universe, the 3 repeated twice.

          In another Universe the 3 was adjacent (+1) in position two and a repeat in position three.

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            Posted: June 16, 2014, 4:41 pm - IP Logged

            Hello  tia, divide the 10 digits (oa 9) in even and odd
              Will see that in most cases does not repeat the pair
              example
            183 = pair of odd digits = 13
            Next draw = 643
              Gave the next pair of digits = 64 pair
            As the division is 50/50 and we have 3 digits most times the pair of digits
              It is even or odd because we have 3 digits to two conditions 50/50
              So the default is to find a filter, so that in the last draw gave the pair of odd digits
              For next draw will give the pair of digit pair

              Tialuvslotto's avatar - Jailin
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              Posted: June 17, 2014, 6:35 am - IP Logged

              I guess it depends on what universe you decide to live in.

              In one Universe, the 3 repeated twice.

              In another Universe the 3 was adjacent (+1) in position two and a repeat in position three.

              Alternate Universes, LOL!

              I used to love that show Sliders.

              Sounds like the consensus is that I can count them however I want as long as consistency is maintained.

              Thanks, guys.

                Tialuvslotto's avatar - Jailin
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                Posted: June 17, 2014, 6:37 am - IP Logged

                Hello  tia, divide the 10 digits (oa 9) in even and odd
                  Will see that in most cases does not repeat the pair
                  example
                183 = pair of odd digits = 13
                Next draw = 643
                  Gave the next pair of digits = 64 pair
                As the division is 50/50 and we have 3 digits most times the pair of digits
                  It is even or odd because we have 3 digits to two conditions 50/50
                  So the default is to find a filter, so that in the last draw gave the pair of odd digits
                  For next draw will give the pair of digit pair

                Not sure if I fully understand, Dr. San, but I will have a closer look at the repeats of even and odd digits and pairs.

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                  Posted: June 17, 2014, 8:28 am - IP Logged
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                    bgonçalves
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                    Posted: June 17, 2014, 9:14 am - IP Logged

                    Hello carbob, how to assemble a macro to see double pairs of digits or odd? It has a pattern that is on the last draw of pick3 gave two pairs, ex = 263
                    26 next pair is the pair is odd exmpo 617 = 17 ie the digit that repeats no repeats On position and the pair also (filter)