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# Pick 3/4 Meter Made Math Moves

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The Quantum Master
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I thought you would have had a top of the line one with all your winnings.

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Hi, Jade, sorry that I got on this thread a bit late, but what an another interesting approach to look at the lottery numbers. Absolutely amazing! Thank you for all your work!

I was doing very well with understanding, until this dddwww dude got in to discussion, he ruined everything for me..LOL...

So for the above excels we using the same formula as you explain in the beginning of the thread? Like..

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.

And then just skip this resulted numbers for next draw?

Thank you again for sharing your great ideas here!

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Hi, Jade, sorry that I got on this thread a bit late, but what an another interesting approach to look at the lottery numbers. Absolutely amazing! Thank you for all your work!

I was doing very well with understanding, until this dddwww dude got in to discussion, he ruined everything for me..LOL...

So for the above excels we using the same formula as you explain in the beginning of the thread? Like..

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.

And then just skip this resulted numbers for next draw?

Thank you again for sharing your great ideas here!

those examples are a simple way of explaining the changes without using too much math.

if you know the change, it can be used to find the next possible draw.

most of these file are already setup to use the change to find a likely draw number.

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those examples are a simple way of explaining the changes without using too much math.

if you know the change, it can be used to find the next possible draw.

most of these file are already setup to use the change to find a likely draw number.

Ok. Thank you, got it, I just wanted to know if all this files based on the simple formulas you showed in the beginning of the thread, as to looking at the clockwise movement of the numbers or there is more to it I missed or did not understand..

Thanks again..!

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Hi hope things going well, I was using this program for my pick3 or4, and stumble upon the question, in the pick 3 or pick 4 integration and differential sheets how do I use it? I try to enter the draws at the bottom, the numbers changed in the section on top in the integration part, but I feel I am doing something wrong, because when I enter draws at the bottom they just doesn't updated right seems to me.

Thanks!

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Hi hope things going well, I was using this program for my pick3 or4, and stumble upon the question, in the pick 3 or pick 4 integration and differential sheets how do I use it? I try to enter the draws at the bottom, the numbers changed in the section on top in the integration part, but I feel I am doing something wrong, because when I enter draws at the bottom they just doesn't updated right seems to me.

Thanks!

Those were put in to show how the process can work in two different directions of differential and integration.

The process can extend to ∞ in both directions and Its usage is open to any way you'd like to use it.

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Those were put in to show how the process can work in two different directions of differential and integration.

The process can extend to ∞ in both directions and Its usage is open to any way you'd like to use it.

Ok. Great, Thank you so much Jade!! I found  this particular program works for pick3 or 4 in my state, I am just tracking/testing for now, but we will see..

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Love this thread Jade, don't know how to use excel, did 20 picks long hand, came up with missing clockwise moves.

First pos A missing 8

Second Pos b missing 2-5-9

third c missing 1-9

In my mind, if I add the 8 to the fist pos. I will get digit 5

If I add 2-5-9 to second, I get 9-2-6

If I add 1-9 to the third I get 0-8

Hence missing gap numbers

590 520 560

598 528 568

Did some research here at LP

Vtrac 151 way overdue, 590

More research sum 14 on the under average side.

More poking around, 590 not out since last year.

Game plan, 590 str/box

All the rest boxed.

Let's see what happens.

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Love this thread Jade, don't know how to use excel, did 20 picks long hand, came up with missing clockwise moves.

First pos A missing 8

Second Pos b missing 2-5-9

third c missing 1-9

In my mind, if I add the 8 to the fist pos. I will get digit 5

If I add 2-5-9 to second, I get 9-2-6

If I add 1-9 to the third I get 0-8

Hence missing gap numbers

590 520 560

598 528 568

Did some research here at LP

Vtrac 151 way overdue, 590

More research sum 14 on the under average side.

More poking around, 590 not out since last year.

Game plan, 590 str/box

All the rest boxed.

Let's see what happens.

thanks.

you really don't need a computer to do this.

i remember way back in the 1900's when i used to do this stuff with just paper and pencil.

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Nm mid. With pair sums.

009.  00. 09. 09

867.  14.   13.  15

493.   13. 12. 7

636.   9.  9.   12

184.   9.   12.  5

10 8.   1.   8. 9

836.   11.  9.  14

815.     9.    6.   13

As you can see there are some patterns that follow the sums.  Would this be helpfull in a movement program?

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Nm mid. With pair sums.

009.  00. 09. 09

867.  14.   13.  15

493.   13. 12. 7

636.   9.  9.   12

184.   9.   12.  5

10 8.   1.   8. 9

836.   11.  9.  14

815.     9.    6.   13

As you can see there are some patterns that follow the sums.  Would this be helpfull in a movement program?

Clean this up a bit.

Pair Sums of a Pick 3 Draw.

ABC -> {A + B, A + C, B + C}

009 -> { 0,  9,  9}
867 -> {14, 15, 13}
493 -> {13,  7, 12}
636 -> { 9, 12,  9}
184 -> { 9,  5, 12}
108 -> { 1,  9,  8}
836 -> {11, 14,  9}
815 -> { 9, 13,  6}

This is a clever scheme, however, there is some informational loss due to Summation Compression.

It might be better to work with the sub-combos on a 00 to 99 scale.

ABC -> {AB, AC, BC}

009 -> {00, 09, 09}
867 -> {86, 87, 67}
493 -> {49, 43, 93}
636 -> {63, 66, 36}
184 -> {18, 14, 84}
108 -> {10, 18, 08}
836 -> {83, 86, 36}
815 -> {81, 85, 15}

Using 00 to 99:

The formula for clockwise and stop change is =MOD((b - a), 100)

The formula for clockwise only change is =MOD((b - a) - 1, 100) + 1

The formula for clockwise and counter clockwise change is =MOD((b - a) + 50, 100) - 50

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Clean this up a bit.

Pair Sums of a Pick 3 Draw.

ABC -> {A + B, A + C, B + C}

009 -> { 0,  9,  9}
867 -> {14, 15, 13}
493 -> {13,  7, 12}
636 -> { 9, 12,  9}
184 -> { 9,  5, 12}
108 -> { 1,  9,  8}
836 -> {11, 14,  9}
815 -> { 9, 13,  6}

This is a clever scheme, however, there is some informational loss due to Summation Compression.

It might be better to work with the sub-combos on a 00 to 99 scale.

ABC -> {AB, AC, BC}

009 -> {00, 09, 09}
867 -> {86, 87, 67}
493 -> {49, 43, 93}
636 -> {63, 66, 36}
184 -> {18, 14, 84}
108 -> {10, 18, 08}
836 -> {83, 86, 36}
815 -> {81, 85, 15}

Using 00 to 99:

The formula for clockwise and stop change is =MOD((b - a), 100)

The formula for clockwise only change is =MOD((b - a) - 1, 100) + 1

The formula for clockwise and counter clockwise change is =MOD((b - a) + 50, 100) - 50

Nice!

I also use the difference in sums to 18 for a pair.

009.  18. 9.  9

493.   5.   6. 11

636.   9.   9.   6

184.    9.  6.   13

108.   17.  10. 9

836.   7.    9.    4

I like 567 for this morning.

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MN p3

667.   6.  5.  5

167.   11. 5.  10

677.    5.    4.  5

610.   11.  17. 12

946.     5.  8.   3

Of course with all the 6,7,   6×7=42x.  Could hit.