|Posted: June 22, 2014, 1:46 am - IP Logged|
Is there a bell curve chart for the 4 digit lottery of possible combinations like there is for the 3 digit?
I know Sully16 had posted the 3 digit chart in her forum/blog for the 3 digit sums and root sums but didn't know if anyone had a 4 digit bell curve chart they could post? Or is there even such a thing?
Thanks in advance!
How about when bell curves intersect?
Many years ago I used to use random songs and dub them over a cartoon or a musical video. At certain points in the mix, a match would occur between a visual action and a sound making it look like the music video and the unrelated song were arranged that way. Then the two would grow apart as fast as they merged, but reunite shortly later, and so on...
So if a match occurs resulting in an outcome that was positive/profitable/whatever, why can't we use that same method with p-3 numbers? Have two sets of opposing numbers running in a program. Then the program will merge the two, of course randomly. The last step is to see what combos they merge with and record them for proper documentation.