|Posted: May 2, 2015, 7:45 pm - IP Logged|
I have taken all 75 possible ball numbers that could occur and came up with decimal statistics. Most of these decimal outcomes occur for many of the numbers.
If all the data from previous lotteries are taken in to account for; the decimals match up.
Ex: Fridays lottery numbers
The decimals are recorded from the previous data of lottery numbers. Before 17 occurred on Friday, the number had a decimal of (0.044025) which happened to be the 3rd top decimal occurrence. 66 had a previous decimal of (0.062893) which was the top occurrence....You get the idea. All top decimal occurrences appeared in Fridays lottery (aside from 18 for some reason. Possible mess up on calculation?).
I have only verified this for last Friday, and this is probably nothing special, but I felt as though I was somewhat on to something. If anyone can verify that this has been attempted before or let me know that this method is pointless, please post your thoughts.