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# Power Mega Balls with Three Sum Math

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We're reposting your reply from the topic How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself since this is the relevant topic.

We will get back to this a little later.

We are testing and finalizing a =DisimulateNexus(Numbers, Distribution, N1, N2) function for the other topic.

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Hello, Jade

You have made a great statistical work.
But the question is: what is this for?
Can you build a predictive algorithm from this knowledge?

Here's an example:
Take the Megaball, once again.

If the common player bet 1 number he will get 0.0666 hits per draw (1/15 = 0.0666). This is the REFERENCE or the so called Theoretical Average (TA).
My question is: using this system (3 sums) how many hits can you achieve per draw?

If after 100 samples, for example, you get 0.0666 hits a draw, then there is no advantage to follow it;

If you get a higher value means you can beat the TA so, in this case you are predicting;

finally, If you get a lower value you are also predicting because, in this case, you may bet against the algorithm.

However, I fear it is not possible to predict using this knowledge because there is a synchronizing problem, I mean, although similarities in simulated and real patterns, you need to synchronize your model with the reality of the game.
Several years ago when I started to develop predictive algorithms I lost a few hours or even days (I can`t remember exactly) with part of this same exercise you did and I quickly came to dead ends. However, you went a little bit further introducing simulated information.

But, I insist: is that enough to beat the odds, i.e. to get more than 0,0666 matches per drawing? If so, the system works.

But let`s see some obvious problems present in the 3 sums technique.

If the first 2 numbers of the sum are 1 + 1 + ... = 24 and knowing that the ideal sum of Megaball is 24, it means that the third number would be 22. Now, the ball 22 does not exist!!!

In the case of the first 2 numbers are 15+13+…= 24 the third number would be -4. However, Megaball does not contain negative numbers. Therefore, a brief review finds that there are dozens of black cases where the system does not work, because there are no enough numbers.

But the real problem is to construct predictive algorithms based on Euclidian maths when the reality is fractal. We can not fight fractal maths with Euclidian ou Gaussian maths. That is the reason why is so difficult to predict...

That is like fighting a war tank with a plastic revolver.

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RENTAP

Thanks!

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interesting activity goings on after introduction of this and How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself.

we'll have to monitor longer.

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Yes.

But in this case you have to find or design a "bad system", I mean, a system that consistently underperforms, when comparing with the reference or Theoretical Average for the same amount of numbers.

But that is not easy. Actually, it is as difficult as to build a outperforming system....

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Yes.

But in this case you have to find or design a "bad system", I mean, a system that consistently underperforms, when comparing with the reference or Theoretical Average for the same amount of numbers.

But that is not easy. Actually, it is as difficult as to build a outperforming system....

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interesting activity goings on after introduction of this and How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself.

we'll have to monitor longer.

still in a monitor phase.

interesting events goings on.

we see through the quantum fog.

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still in a monitor phase.

interesting events goings on.

we see through the quantum fog.

Ok

tell us things when finished

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Would a deviation from the sum work?

Example:

Ill use a 37 ball game: use 37 minus the value of the digit.

1 5 8 9 21.

2 6 9 13 31

7 11 18 23 29

The first line 36,32,29,28,16.

2nd line.   35,31,28,24,6

3rd line.    30,26,19,14,8.

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2D seems to be working, but needs more testing.

Also, wouldn't it be great to extend into 4 Sum, 5 Sum, maybe up to 11 Sums.

Meaning, using the past 4, 5 or up to 11 draws to Quantum Select the next draw.

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Example for hotlotto?

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Example for hotlotto?

Doing Sums for the Pick 5 part of Hot Lotto is Monstrous.

Most computers can't handle the computations.

We can post it for the Hot Ball out to a Sum of 5 different numbers.

 Hot Lotto Hot Ball Sums Frequency for 1 to 5 Sums Sum 1 Sum 2 Sum 3 Sum 4 Sum 5 1 1 · · · · 2 1 1 · · · 3 1 2 1 · · 4 1 3 3 1 · 5 1 4 6 4 1 6 1 5 10 10 5 7 1 6 15 20 15 8 1 7 21 35 35 9 1 8 28 56 70 10 1 9 36 84 126 11 1 10 45 120 210 12 1 11 55 165 330 13 1 12 66 220 495 14 1 13 78 286 715 15 1 14 91 364 1001 16 1 15 105 455 1365 17 1 16 120 560 1820 18 1 17 136 680 2380 19 1 18 153 816 3060 20 · 19 171 969 3876 21 · 18 190 1140 4845 22 · 17 207 1330 5985 23 · 16 222 1536 7315 24 · 15 235 1755 8850 25 · 14 246 1984 10601 26 · 13 255 2220 12575 27 · 12 262 2460 14775 28 · 11 267 2701 17200 29 · 10 270 2940 19845 30 · 9 271 3174 22701 31 · 8 270 3400 25755 32 · 7 267 3615 28990 33 · 6 262 3816 32385 34 · 5 255 4000 35915 35 · 4 246 4164 39551 36 · 3 235 4305 43260 37 · 2 222 4420 47005 38 · 1 207 4506 50745 39 · · 190 4560 54435 40 · · 171 4579 58026 41 · · 153 4560 61465 42 · · 136 4506 64695 43 · · 120 4420 67665 44 · · 105 4305 70330 45 · · 91 4164 72651 46 · · 78 4000 74595 47 · · 66 3816 76135 48 · · 55 3615 77250 49 · · 45 3400 77925 50 · · 36 3174 78151 51 · · 28 2940 77925 52 · · 21 2701 77250 53 · · 15 2460 76135 54 · · 10 2220 74595 55 · · 6 1984 72651 56 · · 3 1755 70330 57 · · 1 1536 67665 58 · · · 1330 64695 59 · · · 1140 61465 60 · · · 969 58026 61 · · · 816 54435 62 · · · 680 50745 63 · · · 560 47005 64 · · · 455 43260 65 · · · 364 39551 66 · · · 286 35915 67 · · · 220 32385 68 · · · 165 28990 69 · · · 120 25755 70 · · · 84 22701 71 · · · 56 19845 72 · · · 35 17200 73 · · · 20 14775 74 · · · 10 12575 75 · · · 4 10601 76 · · · 1 8850 77 · · · · 7315 78 · · · · 5985 79 · · · · 4845 80 · · · · 3876 81 · · · · 3060 82 · · · · 2380 83 · · · · 1820 84 · · · · 1365 85 · · · · 1001 86 · · · · 715 87 · · · · 495 88 · · · · 330 89 · · · · 210 90 · · · · 126 91 · · · · 70 92 · · · · 35 93 · · · · 15 94 · · · · 5 95 · · · · 1

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Doing Sums for the Pick 5 part of Hot Lotto is Monstrous.

Most computers can't handle the computations.

We can post it for the Hot Ball out to a Sum of 5 different numbers.

 Hot Lotto Hot Ball Sums Frequency for 1 to 5 Sums Sum 1 Sum 2 Sum 3 Sum 4 Sum 5 1 1 · · · · 2 1 1 · · · 3 1 2 1 · · 4 1 3 3 1 · 5 1 4 6 4 1 6 1 5 10 10 5 7 1 6 15 20 15 8 1 7 21 35 35 9 1 8 28 56 70 10 1 9 36 84 126 11 1 10 45 120 210 12 1 11 55 165 330 13 1 12 66 220 495 14 1 13 78 286 715 15 1 14 91 364 1001 16 1 15 105 455 1365 17 1 16 120 560 1820 18 1 17 136 680 2380 19 1 18 153 816 3060 20 · 19 171 969 3876 21 · 18 190 1140 4845 22 · 17 207 1330 5985 23 · 16 222 1536 7315 24 · 15 235 1755 8850 25 · 14 246 1984 10601 26 · 13 255 2220 12575 27 · 12 262 2460 14775 28 · 11 267 2701 17200 29 · 10 270 2940 19845 30 · 9 271 3174 22701 31 · 8 270 3400 25755 32 · 7 267 3615 28990 33 · 6 262 3816 32385 34 · 5 255 4000 35915 35 · 4 246 4164 39551 36 · 3 235 4305 43260 37 · 2 222 4420 47005 38 · 1 207 4506 50745 39 · · 190 4560 54435 40 · · 171 4579 58026 41 · · 153 4560 61465 42 · · 136 4506 64695 43 · · 120 4420 67665 44 · · 105 4305 70330 45 · · 91 4164 72651 46 · · 78 4000 74595 47 · · 66 3816 76135 48 · · 55 3615 77250 49 · · 45 3400 77925 50 · · 36 3174 78151 51 · · 28 2940 77925 52 · · 21 2701 77250 53 · · 15 2460 76135 54 · · 10 2220 74595 55 · · 6 1984 72651 56 · · 3 1755 70330 57 · · 1 1536 67665 58 · · · 1330 64695 59 · · · 1140 61465 60 · · · 969 58026 61 · · · 816 54435 62 · · · 680 50745 63 · · · 560 47005 64 · · · 455 43260 65 · · · 364 39551 66 · · · 286 35915 67 · · · 220 32385 68 · · · 165 28990 69 · · · 120 25755 70 · · · 84 22701 71 · · · 56 19845 72 · · · 35 17200 73 · · · 20 14775 74 · · · 10 12575 75 · · · 4 10601 76 · · · 1 8850 77 · · · · 7315 78 · · · · 5985 79 · · · · 4845 80 · · · · 3876 81 · · · · 3060 82 · · · · 2380 83 · · · · 1820 84 · · · · 1365 85 · · · · 1001 86 · · · · 715 87 · · · · 495 88 · · · · 330 89 · · · · 210 90 · · · · 126 91 · · · · 70 92 · · · · 35 93 · · · · 15 94 · · · · 5 95 · · · · 1

Keep up the great work!

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Keep up the great work!

I'll use for today.

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I'll use for today.

Reads Good.

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Thanks for all your work this year!

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Thanks for all your work this year!

You are welcome.

Have a lucky new year.

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