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Pick 3 - Boxed Repetition Distribution

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Posted: June 4, 2015, 10:56 am - IP Logged

MATHEMATICS

BOXED REPETITIONS DISTRIBUTION REFERENCE

REP.FREQ.R.F.
0392490   0,3925
1477900   0,4779
2124470   0,1245
35140   0,0051
TOT.1000000   1,0000

10002=106 cases

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    bgonçalves
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    Posted: June 8, 2015, 3:18 pm - IP Logged

    Ok sergem, good job, can make the statistics of the frequency of repetition of the last to close, but in the position by position
      example
    459
    165 repeated the digit 5 but not possible
    Objective = see incendencia that when repeated, does not repeat in position

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      STRAIGHT REPETITIONS

      REP.FREQ.R.F.
      0729000       0,729
      1243000       0,243
      227000       0,027
      31000       0,001
      TOT.1000000       1,000

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        Posted: June 8, 2015, 6:20 pm - IP Logged

        I posted a thread about two years ago. The chance of a repetition straight for one specified digit is 1 out of 10.

        For a specified position:

        P(digit repeats)=0.1
        P(digit does not repeat)=0.9

        From here you can calculate further.

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          bgonçalves
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          Posted: June 8, 2015, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

          I posted a thread about two years ago. The chance of a repetition straight for one specified digit is 1 out of 10.

          For a specified position:

          P(digit repeats)=0.1
          P(digit does not repeat)=0.9

          From here you can calculate further.

          Ok! perfect, congratulations, then at his study is no advantage to repeat the last to the next in position
          So when will repeat the digits must not be in position. oK thank you

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            Ok! perfect, congratulations, then at his study is no advantage to repeat the last to the next in position
            So when will repeat the digits must not be in position. oK thank you

            Boxed or straight?

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              Posted: June 9, 2015, 10:59 am - IP Logged

              A simple skip-chart might be a too shrunk representation. It may be better to use a skips-chart instead.

              At Euromillions we have 2 out of 11 for the stars, name given to the bonus numbers. This is not pick 3 but I want to show the chart from my website as I can do similar for pick 3.

              RED: HIT & REPEAT
              [GREEN: HIT & LEAPFROG]
              [BLUE: HIT]

              TIME-LINE: DOWNWARDS

              This reminds me my post from two years ago.
              A simple skip-chart can trouble your mind.

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                Posted: June 10, 2015, 6:41 am - IP Logged

                Hello, sergem thy study showed that it can play to repeat the last draw
                  For the next, but should not be in the same vertical position, both pick 3,4,5, ...
                That is, one can use these patterns as filter

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                  Posted: June 10, 2015, 7:31 am - IP Logged

                  A simple skip-chart might be a too shrunk representation. It may be better to use a skips-chart instead.

                  At Euromillions we have 2 out of 11 for the stars, name given to the bonus numbers. This is not pick 3 but I want to show the chart from my website as I can do similar for pick 3.

                  RED: HIT & REPEAT
                  [GREEN: HIT & LEAPFROG]
                  [BLUE: HIT]

                  TIME-LINE: DOWNWARDS

                  This reminds me my post from two years ago.
                  A simple skip-chart can trouble your mind.

                  GOOD MORNING SERGEM,

                  PLEASE RE POST THIS.

                  BEST REGARDS

                  EAZY Party