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# Pick 3/4 Meter Made Math Moves

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The Quantum Master
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As we said in our blog, we noticed the dial face on an analog power meter caught our attention.

Below we can see the dial face with its numbers from 0 to 9.

We began thinking about how the dial moves from one number to the next.

There are two possible ways the dial can move, clockwise and counter clockwise.

This leads to two possible methods we can derive to come up with measuring number changes.

One is based on the idea the dial always moves clockwise and never stops.

As some examples:

the dial moves from 0 to 3,

the dial moves from 0 to 6,

and this example the dial moves from 0 to 0, the dial must sweep all the way around a full turn to keep with the idea of non-stop change.

Here are some other examples of clockwise non-stop change;

in this case the dial crosses the 0.

The amount of change is always positive and is never zero.

Below are the dial changes and amounts.

 3 6 10 6 7

These dial change amounts can be found using the formula ' =Mod((b - a) - 1, 10) + 1 '; where (b - a) is the mathematical difference from a to b.

From the above examples, the (b - a) values are:

 (b - a) = (3 - 0) = 3 (b - a) = (6 - 0) = 6 (b - a) = (0 - 0) = 0 (b - a) = (8 - 2) = 6 (b - a) = (1 - 4) = -3

The following is a table of the dial change amounts from a to b.

We'll look at the other method in a bit.

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The other method has do with both clockwise and counter clockwise change.

In the example below, we see the dial can go from 0 to 6 in a clockwise only move.

However, this is the long way around.

It is possible to move counter clockwise to make the trip around the dial shorter.

In this case, the dial moved counter clockwise 4 or -4 from 0 to arrive at 6.

The following are some examples of the alternative, shorter counter clockwise moves.

 Clockwise Counter Clockwise

To get the change amount for these counter clockwise moves, we use the same (b - a) with a different Mod formula.

The formula is ' =Mod((b - a) + 5, 10) - 5 '.

The table of clockwise and counter clockwise changes is a follows:

Each of the 0 to 4 change balances with the -1 to -5 moves and keeps the whole table balanced.

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What has us very concerned about the MN Daily 3 lottery numbers we'll go over in a bit.

First, we need to look at some test data that shows how random might behave in the first method of clockwise non-stop dial moves.

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As an example, below we can see some Pick 3 data.

Each Pick 3 has 3 drawn numbers A, B and C.

The clockwise only meter moves we will look at are on an individual drawn number.

In this case, we will look at column A.

 Index A B C 1 4 5 9 2 5 0 4 3 6 6 7 4 0 2 6 5 2 8 2 6 6 1 7 7 6 8 5 8 8 2 6 9 7 2 7 10 3 2 9 11 3 3 6 1P 3 2 9 13 7 4 7

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Below we can see how the numbers change from one to the next in column A.

The first move is from 4 to 5 or 1; the last move is 3 to 7 or 4.

 Index A Moved 1 4 - 2 5 1 3 6 1 4 0 4 5 2 2 6 6 4 7 6 10 8 8 2 9 7 9 10 3 6 11 3 10 12 3 10 13 7 4

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Now, we can carry this out to more data samples.

We like to use 10,000 samples.

It's close to the 9,200 drawings in the MN Daily 3.

We can also make a frequency chart of the moves for these 10,000 samples.

This chart may show some bias among 8, 9 and 10, but this does not show how frequency changes as draws are made.

We like to make a chart that can show subtle changes in frequency.

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We make points with a transparent blur.

This allows the to color show through and reinforce other near overlapping points.

This has the effect of showing frequency in the data as it is.

Below is an example of an increasing frequency.

We can see the chart get darker blue from left to right; indicating an increase in frequency.

Next is an example of decreasing frequency.

It is not necessary to know the number points, just keep in mind when you see darker areas, it's more frequent and lighter areas, it's less frequent.

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Here's example of 10,000 samples of clockwise moves.

The right side axis is the clockwise moves 1 to 10.

As you scroll right you can see the darker and lighter patterns.

Also, you'll notice some gaps, but not many and not usually at the same time.

This is to be expected for a normal random selection.

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Well, here IT is.

Below is a chart of the MN Daily 3 first column A clockwise moves.

As you scroll right, you will see the color change from blue to red.

This indicates the change from ball drawn numbers to computer generated numbers.

Also, you'll notice a disturbing tend.

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If you haven't scrolled right on the last post, here's what got us wondering.

You can see there have been no clockwise moves in 6, 7 or 8 since early September.

We looked at the other columns in MN Daily 3; both B and C, but this is the only one that has this kind of trend.

This got us thinking and it dawned on us that MN allows betting on the first digit only (column A).

What's also coincidental is on 2015-09-09 Eddie Tipton was sentenced to 10 years in prison... weird, huh?

Since we discovered this flaw, we had been posting bogus Pick 3 numbers in the Lottery Post's Prediction Board.

Or, more to the point, the Losing first digit number that would have been covered by the missing clockwise moves: 6, 7 and 8.

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Weelll, maybe a fluke we thought.

But here's 10 10,000 samples or 100,000 samples.

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To find an individual number based on clockwise data.

Just add the clockwise number to the current number and either Mod(n, 10) the number or just knock off the ten's digit.

Examples:

if the number last drawn is 2 and the clockwise number is 3, then the next number should be 2 + 3 = 5 or 5.

if the number last drawn is 7 and the clockwise number is 6, then the next number should be 7 + 6 = 13 knock off the 1 or 3.

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Now, if the Tipton thing is possibly coincidence, then the next thing is flaw.

So, given this is a computer generated number, is this flaw by accident or by design?

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To give you an idea of what clockwise moves are not being selected, below is the clockwise chart with all the unselected clockwise moves highlighted.

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if this holds today, 2015-10-26, you can avoid 300 straight combinations, 30 front pairs and 3 first digits or 30% of these combo types.

all you have to do is add the clockwise moves of 6, 7, 8 to the first digit to get the ones to avoid.

number from yesterday are 5 4 7.

first digit 5, add 6, 7, 8.

5 + 6 = 11 or 1

5 + 7 = 12 or 2

5 + 8 = 13 or 3

straights to avoid, 1XX, 2XX, 3XX

front pairs to avoid, 1X, 2X, 3X

first digits to avoid, 1, 2, 3

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