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lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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on calculator
go to view
check scientific and basic
you will then see in button
put number then click cos then in

I Agree!

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

    Tx p4

    1098

    .9925435019

    9925 2543 4350 5019

    Tx

    3503 today.

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      Nm p3

      275

      .9951987938

      995 519 986 793 938

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        Posted: September 5, 2014, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

        If you want to do this in excel use this formula (using the original 318999 example above):

        =COS(LN(318999)*PI()/180)

        (Also in the Windows Calculator you need to press the LN button first then COS - the last instruction above was reversed).

        I tried to back test this for the Virginia Pick3 and it did not fair too well, but did have some hits.

         Someone stated above it seems to work better with lotteries that are computer generated.

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          How many days do you recommend playing these picks ?

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            How many days do you recommend playing these picks ?

            As long as you wish.  I stated in the first post that theycan be used as core numbers and used  in 111 rundowns etc.

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              If you want to do this in excel use this formula (using the original 318999 example above):

              =COS(LN(318999)*PI()/180)

              (Also in the Windows Calculator you need to press the LN button first then COS - the last instruction above was reversed).

              I tried to back test this for the Virginia Pick3 and it did not fair too well, but did have some hits.

               Someone stated above it seems to work better with lotteries that are computer generated.

              (Also in the Windows Calculator you need to press the LN button first then COS - the last instruction above was reversed).

              You are right, I didn't try it yet just thought that was how it was written...

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                Posted: September 20, 2014, 11:22 am - IP Logged

                FL p3

                Changed to log.......  testing.....

                Cos(log(291

                999.0755115l

                999 907 075 551 511 151

                How about them cowboys!

                 

                 

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                  Posted: October 8, 2014, 9:47 pm - IP Logged

                  Nm 674

                  Cos ln

                  .993545689

                  993 354 545 568 689

                  How about them cowboys!

                   

                   

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                    Nm 674

                    Cos ln

                    .993545689

                    993 354 545 568 689

                    588 last night.

                    How about them cowboys!

                     

                     

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                      can you do MO., pls. thank you.

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                        can you do MO., pls. thank you.

                        Numbers?

                        How about them cowboys!

                         

                         

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                          I always enjoy your comments and I've given several examples in all the sytems.  The problem is is that members skim over the reading . 

                          The system works great and feel free to backtest.  I backtested recently with this chart:

                           

                          785145174624

                          204506506185

                          963782932703

                          427728819916

                          506601703258

                          318643564703

                          Idea

                          People, pretty much are stuck with their ideals, anything outside the norm is deemed   crazy. You hit it right on the nail ' members skim over the reading'.

                          We all know the wave function in the study of trig., this function replaces and simplify all the wave charts and graphs I see on various threads- some like it simple, others like complexity. If you imagine the event as  cyclic, then COS/SIN fn is very effective, knowing how to deduce the string depends on each individual. The assumption should be ' the event is cyclic'. I have tested this and the hit ratio is impressive, the good thing about it, is not historical-based.

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                            People, pretty much are stuck with their ideals, anything outside the norm is deemed   crazy. You hit it right on the nail ' members skim over the reading'.

                            We all know the wave function in the study of trig., this function replaces and simplify all the wave charts and graphs I see on various threads- some like it simple, others like complexity. If you imagine the event as  cyclic, then COS/SIN fn is very effective, knowing how to deduce the string depends on each individual. The assumption should be ' the event is cyclic'. I have tested this and the hit ratio is impressive, the good thing about it, is not historical-based.

                            Yes the detractors are many but I find it easier to just post numbers.  This is a lottery site not a debate site that many members overlook.

                             

                            Are you going to post your keys theory again or a form of it?

                            How about them cowboys!

                             

                             

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                              Yes the detractors are many but I find it easier to just post numbers.  This is a lottery site not a debate site that many members overlook.

                               

                              Are you going to post your keys theory again or a form of it?

                              The clue of using the generated strings,  is to imagine all the digits as ' points' along the wave, so a draw like 009 will have wave-points  Sin(009) or Cos (009)>041211848524(0412845) or  091113026188(0913268)> Single digits in brackets can be waged using the first digit as just DRIVES or consider the points 0,0,9 (draw set) behavior during the wave-periods (THE LONG STRING) to deduce a base key> see the points 0,0,9 in the two functions , 0>412,  09>1326.     There is a lot of wiggle of the final string if you picture the wave with its points(digits).

                               

                               

                              Yes , I have a wave chart which did produce some  Straight P4 wins(Remember P4-Wave matrix Thread), I never posted the workout, think I will rather give hints  for folks to figure out.