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# Counting Repeats after Doubles

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Texas
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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.

Tia

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

Your Welcome ... in reverse. LOL

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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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.

Tia

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

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

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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 0 38.3% 51.0% 33.5% 1 48.4% 44.2% 50.1% 2 12.5% 4.8% 15.4% 3 0.8% 0.0% 1.1%

Counting the double digit repeat as 2 we get:

 Overall After Double After Unmatched 0 38.7% 47.2% 35.5% 1 42.3% 42.1% 42.4% 2 16.9% 9.9% 19.5% 3 2.1% 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.

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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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

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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.

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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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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)

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