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# how to use the Gauss curve for the lottery sums 60/6?

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bgonÃ§alves
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how to use the Gauss curve for the lottery sums 60/6?

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how to use the Gauss curve for the lottery sums 60/6?

You don't.  It is pretty much a negative filter so you don't waste high value tickets playing low value combinations.   http://www.lotto-logix.com/txthouse/lottosums.html

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hello  BObP perfect, good relief work, congratulations, thanks, but the sums we have a problem of how to get a reference, (a starting point) to not walk in circles

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hello  BObP perfect, good relief work, congratulations, thanks, but the sums we have a problem of how to get a reference, (a starting point) to not walk in circles

You'll need third grade math to get a reference point.

To the highest sum.....345

1+5 = 6

2+4 = 6

bring the 3 down.

This equals 366

Divide 366 by 2 (two because you added two numbers) which equal 183.

Alternative method....

Add the sum of all 50,063,860 sets and divide by 50,063,860. If you do it this way you can chart them while you work.

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You'll need third grade math to get a reference point.

To the highest sum.....345

1+5 = 6

2+4 = 6

bring the 3 down.

This equals 366

Divide 366 by 2 (two because you added two numbers) which equal 183.

Alternative method....

Add the sum of all 50,063,860 sets and divide by 50,063,860. If you do it this way you can chart them while you work.