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# Using the sum of 2 digits for pick 3 lotto

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Florida
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I have searched here on LP but have not have any success in finding the sum of 2 digits. instead of using range sum from 0-27 use jus 2 digits that produces a sum range of 0-18.

Sum-number of possible straight combination for each 2 sums

sum 0- 10 straight combinations

sum 1- 20 straight combinations

sum-2- 30 straight combinations

sum3- 40  straight combinations

and so on.

for example the sum of 9

pos1 pos2 pos3

0         x         9

9         x         0

1         x          8

2         x           7

7        x          2

etc.

Is there a chart like this? because I cant find one or maybe some knows if it has been posted.

Thank you, have a great day LP family. Please excuse any typing error.

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I have searched here on LP but have not have any success in finding the sum of 2 digits. instead of using range sum from 0-27 use jus 2 digits that produces a sum range of 0-18.

Sum-number of possible straight combination for each 2 sums

sum 0- 10 straight combinations

sum 1- 20 straight combinations

sum-2- 30 straight combinations

sum3- 40  straight combinations

and so on.

for example the sum of 9

pos1 pos2 pos3

0         x         9

9         x         0

1         x          8

2         x           7

7        x          2

etc.

Is there a chart like this? because I cant find one or maybe some knows if it has been posted.

Thank you, have a great day LP family. Please excuse any typing error.

Every lottery matrix is based on the binomial format NPr (draw with replacement, eg P3, P4) or NC (draw without replacement, eg mega, cash 5  etc). Below is complete distribution for Pick 2, try to complete sums combo .

{0,0} {0,1} {0,2} {0,3} {0,4} {0,5} {0,6} {0,7} {0,8} {0,9} {1,0} {1,1} {1,2} {1,3} {1,4} {1,5} {1,6} {1,7} {1,8} {1,9} {2,0} {2,1} {2,2} {2,3} {2,4} {2,5} {2,6} {2,7} {2,8} {2,9} {3,0} {3,1} {3,2} {3,3} {3,4} {3,5} {3,6} {3,7} {3,8} {3,9} {4,0} {4,1} {4,2} {4,3} {4,4} {4,5} {4,6} {4,7} {4,8} {4,9} {5,0} {5,1} {5,2} {5,3} {5,4} {5,5} {5,6} {5,7} {5,8} {5,9} {6,0} {6,1} {6,2} {6,3} {6,4} {6,5} {6,6} {6,7} {6,8} {6,9} {7,0} {7,1} {7,2} {7,3} {7,4} {7,5} {7,6} {7,7} {7,8} {7,9} {8,0} {8,1} {8,2} {8,3} {8,4} {8,5} {8,6} {8,7} {8,8} {8,9} {9,0} {9,1} {9,2} {9,3} {9,4} {9,5} {9,6} {9,7} {9,8} {9,9}

sum            combo                                                                             sets

0                00                                                                                     1

1               01-10                                                                                 2

2               02-11-20                                                                            3

3              03-12-21-30                                                                        4

4              04-13-22-31-40                                                                   5

5              05-14-23-32-41-50                                                              6

6              06-15-24-33-42-51-60                                                         7

7              07-16-25-34-43-52-61-70                                                    8

8             08-17-26-35-44-53-62-71-80                                                9

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Good luck

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Well, there is the concept of "Width".  This is the difference between the lowest digit in the combination and the highest digit in the combination.  For example, 582:  highest digit =8, lowest digit =2, 8-2=Width=6.

Width breaks down as follows:

Width 0 - 10 straight combinations (these are the triples)

Width 1 - 54 straight combinations

Width 2 - 96 straight combinations

Width 3 - 126 straight combinations

Width 4 - 144 straight combinations

Width 5 - 150 straight combinations

Width 6 - 144 straight combinations

Width 7 - 126 straight combinations

Width 8 - 96 straight combinations

Width 9 - 54 straight combinations

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

~Robert A. Heinlein

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Pair Sum Chart - Str8 Pairs

PS00     00
PS01     01     10
PS02     02     11     20
PS03     03     12     21     30
PS04     04     13     22     31     40
PS05     05     14     23     32     41     50
PS06     06     15     24     33     42     51     60
PS07     07     16     25     34     43     52     61     70
PS08     08     17     26     35     44     53     62     71     80
PS09     09     18     27     36     45     54     63     72     81     90
PS10     19     28     37     46     55     64     73     82     91
PS11     29     38     47     56     65     74     83     92
PS12     39     48     57     66     75     84     93
PS13     49     58     67     76     85     94
PS14     59     68     77     86     95
PS15     69     78     87     96
PS16     79     88     97
PS17     89     98
PS18     99

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I have searched here on LP but have not have any success in finding the sum of 2 digits. instead of using range sum from 0-27 use jus 2 digits that produces a sum range of 0-18.

Sum-number of possible straight combination for each 2 sums

sum 0- 10 straight combinations

sum 1- 20 straight combinations

sum-2- 30 straight combinations

sum3- 40  straight combinations

and so on.

for example the sum of 9

pos1 pos2 pos3

0         x         9

9         x         0

1         x          8

2         x           7

7        x          2

etc.

Is there a chart like this? because I cant find one or maybe some knows if it has been posted.

Thank you, have a great day LP family. Please excuse any typing error.

A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!

Florida
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Thank you sooooooo much for your responses and information. So much to read and education here as well as the books I ordered.

Have a wonderful evening everyone I really appreciate it!

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Thank you sooooooo much for your responses and information. So much to read and education here as well as the books I ordered.

Have a wonderful evening everyone I really appreciate it!

You're Welcome: Good Luck!

A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!

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We like the Short sum ranges

This is Destiny's Pairs Chart...hope it helps

0  |    1  |     2  |  3  |    4  |     5  |   6  |   7  |    8  |     9

19  |  29  |  11  |  12  |  13  |  14  |  15  |  16  |  17  |  18

28  |  38  |  39  |  49  |  22  |  23  |  24  |  25  |  26  |  27

37  |  47  |  48  |  58  |  59  |  69  |  33  |  34  |  35  |  36

46  |  56  |  57  |  67  |  68  |  78  |  79  |  89  |  44  |  45

55  |  --  |   66  |  --  |   77  |  --  |   88  |  --  |   99  |  --

This is how this chart is used.  Find the

pair that came out in the last two drawings

and go up one and down one and

sometimes its up 2 and down 2 but make

sure you are playing the pairs around

when the last two drawings hit.

AUTHOR SirMetro

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