|Posted: February 18, 2015, 7:39 am - IP Logged|
Has anyone went back and looked at previous drawings and looked at the number of times back to back pairs have been drawn? For example 49,50 and 10,11 etc. It seems like number pairs are the norm rather than the exception. It just seems fishy for that to be happening just about all the time. What do you statistics people think here?
Think of who's hosting the game. And think about this: if the thing about back to back pairs or whatever was true, or had
any relevant significance, then would the state's fear of losing so much money on this or that drawing be considered?
For that reason alone, I say that if the ping-pong balls weigh the same, and measure to the exact diameter of each other,
and the imprinted numbers on the balls have, cause no significance on the air drag, while they're tumbling in the chute, then I say
it's all "perfectly" random.
We're dealing with (or should be dealing with) a "perfect" sphere (the ping-pong ball), doing it's thing. We're not dealing with six side dice cubes, where we know that "right" craps players lose when a 7 is rolled, after the c/o.
How to verify the ping-pong ball quality has long been the real concern, imho.
So, for those reasons, and, in answer to your question, my answer is: no I haven't.