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How do you calculate your central limits according to the type of game? 

Do you think that can be applied for example to play the Euromillions?

1  / 50 = 0,02

1 / (50 - 5) = 0,022222

Do you consider the order of removal of the ball?
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    Try wikipedia.

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      Hello, central trio example = 01 x 50 Where the number 01 can not get to 50 can not finish
      Then in 100% have 17,296 trios.claro you can filter Then it put the numbers you lack the extreme to close bet

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        hello, 01xxx50

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          Hello
          , x15,26,35x you can do the reverse, create pairs of extremes,

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            How do you calculate your central limits according to the type of game? 

            Do you think that can be applied for example to play the Euromillions?

            1  / 50 = 0,02

            1 / (50 - 5) = 0,022222

            Do you consider the order of removal of the ball?

            What do you mean by "Central Limit" ???


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              Using this theoretical limit by reference to certain statistical probability calculations.

              The central limit theory indicates how often on average have each ball; is a theoretical reference ...

              Someone else is using it? o someone is using another system?


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                The central theoretical limit is calculated based on the collective of which are available , and paying special attention to the exclusionary parameters (eg the starting positions of a draw ) .

                For example, to Euromillones ( main numbers ) , the group is determined by :

                * Numbers to consider :
                - Minimum: 1 number
                - Maximum: 50 numbers
                * History sweepstakes :
                It is desirable to have all draws ; although it is advisable to discard the previous historical changes in the game.
                * Starting positions :
                - Parameter exclusive .
                - Minimum: 1 position
                - Maximum: 5 position

                IF we calculate the central limit having all the numbers ( 50 numbers) and in all positions ( 5 positions) , then we have :

                cl = 1 / ( 50-5 ) = 0.02222

                For only 17 numbers and 3 positions:

                cl = 1 / ( 17-3 ) = 0.07142

                Right?

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                  The central theoretical limit is calculated based on the collective of which are available , and paying special attention to the exclusionary parameters (eg the starting positions of a draw ) .

                  For example, to Euromillones ( main numbers ) , the group is determined by :

                  * Numbers to consider :
                  - Minimum: 1 number
                  - Maximum: 50 numbers
                  * History sweepstakes :
                  It is desirable to have all draws ; although it is advisable to discard the previous historical changes in the game.
                  * Starting positions :
                  - Parameter exclusive .
                  - Minimum: 1 position
                  - Maximum: 5 position

                  IF we calculate the central limit having all the numbers ( 50 numbers) and in all positions ( 5 positions) , then we have :

                  cl = 1 / ( 50-5 ) = 0.02222

                  For only 17 numbers and 3 positions:

                  cl = 1 / ( 17-3 ) = 0.07142

                  Right?

                  This is not a theorem that we use in playing the lottery in the US.  What do you do with this information, when you figure out what the Central Limit is, for a lottery game ???  How does the Central Limit strategy actually work, in choosing which numbers to play ???


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                    This is not a theorem that we use in playing the lottery in the US.  What do you do with this information, when you figure out what the Central Limit is, for a lottery game ???  How does the Central Limit strategy actually work, in choosing which numbers to play ???

                    The central limit is a theoretical reference point and then make certain types of filtering on the numbers. 

                    If the Relative Frequency of a number is well above the Central Limit Theory , then we say that number has a frequency higher output than normal (though does not mean you can filter) .

                    If the Relative Frequency of a number, is below the Central Limit Theory , then we say that nuemro has a frequency lower output than normal (though does not mean you can filter) .

                    The Central Limit Theory , calculate correctly is very important because many subsequent filters are referenced to this limit.

                    I miscalculated all previous Central Theoretical Limits ( missing one small detail ) ...

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                      The correct formula in Euromillions 5/50 main numbers is:

                      50 main numbers

                      5 positions

                      1 / ( ( 50 - 5 ) + 1 ) = 0,02173... If you use the entire colective (Kolmogorov) of a draw (50 numbers and 5 positions).

                      But if you need use the colective of a draw in the position 1 (special position no dependent historical draws), then:

                      1 / ( ( 50 - 1 ) + 1 ) = 0,02

                      50 numbers and 2 positions:

                      1 / ( ( 50 - 2 ) + 1 ) = 0,02040

                      10 numbers, 3 positions:

                      1 / ( ( 10 - 3 ) + 1 ) = 0,125

                      For Star Numbers:

                      1 / ( ( 11 - 2 ) + 1 ) = 0,1

                       

                      Then, the formula show:

                      1CtDraw / ( ( #ColectiveNumbers - #ColectivePositions ) + 1CtNumber )

                      The 1Ct... is Constant and not be modified, you can only modified hashtag variables (#ColectiveNumbers and #ColectivePositions).

                       

                       

                      In generic 6/49 game:

                      1 / ( ( 49 - 6 ) + 1 ) = 0,0232558...

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                        Making insulation F:

                         

                        F = (A - B + F) / 3

                         

                        F / 3 = A - B + F

                         

                        B - C A = - (F / 3)

                         

                        B - A = 2F / 3

                         

                        F = (3 * (B - A)) / 2

                         

                         

                        Here is how to get the value of F

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                          Making insulation F:

                           

                          F = (A - B + F) / 3

                           

                          F / 3 = A - B + F

                           

                          B - C A = - (F / 3)

                           

                          B - A = 2F / 3

                           

                          F = (3 * (B - A)) / 2

                           

                           

                          Here is how to get the value of F

                          What is this formula supposed to be about ??? What are you trying to figure out here ??

                          What does A, B, C, and F stand for ???


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                            Making insulation F:

                             

                            F = (A - B + F) / 3

                             

                            F / 3 = A - B + F

                             

                            B - C A = - (F / 3)

                             

                            B - A = 2F / 3

                             

                            F = (3 * (B - A)) / 2

                             

                             

                            Here is how to get the value of F

                            I don't understand anything, can you explain the variables and the constant 3?

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                              I don't understand anything, can you explain the variables and the constant 3?

                              LEGEND:
                              01 => Tens Number
                              02 => Last contest
                              03 => Number of outputs / Media R / D
                              04 => (A) > space between contests
                              05 => (B) <space between contests
                              06=> (F) Supplement (A- (B + C)) / 3
                              07 => Repetitions of frequencies
                              08 => Greater space between contests
                              09 => Final (A-F)
                              10 => repeated Frequencies
                              11 => (C) Sum of frequencies
                              12 => (D) Qty frequencies
                              13 => average frequency. (C / D)