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# Pick 3/4 Meter Made Math Moves

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The Quantum Master
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I entered them as

midday

evening

midday

evening

Should I have separated them?

just verifying the analysis method.

we will look at in a bit; maybe do it both ways, interleaving and separately.

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Ok, looked at it both ways.

Just so you know, the charts can be resized to spread it out a bit.

We just scrunch it it up a bit to get overlapping points.

Also, we just look at the Clockwise Only.

The Clockwise / Counter Clockwise is basically the same as the Clockwise Only; it's just shifted 6 places.

We put it in so it's available for anyone to use.

Below we have all three ways, separately and interleaving for Pick 3 using Clockwise Only Moves.

We can see there is something askew in the first digit (A) for the Midday.

It seems to be all bunched up in the 6, 7, 8, and maybe 9 Clockwise moves; Clockwise 8 seems to be the high frequency move.

Midday also has Clockwise moves 2, 4, 5 and 10 missing in the first digit (A); Clockwise move 1 and 3 int the middle digit (B) and 2 in the last digit (C) is missing also.

Evening only seem alright, but there a gaps; not many bunched up.

The Interleaving Midday-Evening does have some gaps in the last digit (C) at 1, 5, and 7.

 Midday Separate Evening Separate Midday - Evening Interleaving

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 Posted: October 27, 2015, 2:19 pm - IP Logged

Ok, looked at it both ways.

Just so you know, the charts can be resized to spread it out a bit.

We just scrunch it it up a bit to get overlapping points.

Also, we just look at the Clockwise Only.

The Clockwise / Counter Clockwise is basically the same as the Clockwise Only; it's just shifted 6 places.

We put it in so it's available for anyone to use.

Below we have all three ways, separately and interleaving for Pick 3 using Clockwise Only Moves.

We can see there is something askew in the first digit (A) for the Midday.

It seems to be all bunched up in the 6, 7, 8, and maybe 9 Clockwise moves; Clockwise 8 seems to be the high frequency move.

Midday also has Clockwise moves 2, 4, 5 and 10 missing in the first digit (A); Clockwise move 1 and 3 int the middle digit (B) and 2 in the last digit (C) is missing also.

Evening only seem alright, but there a gaps; not many bunched up.

The Interleaving Midday-Evening does have some gaps in the last digit (C) at 1, 5, and 7.

 Midday Separate Evening Separate Midday - Evening Interleaving

didn't count today's midday: 6 6 3

looks like these clockwise moves for midday separate are 10 10 7

clockwise moves are still bunched up above 5 in the first digit (A)...

no 1 or 2 in the middle digit (B)...

3 is still missing in the last digit (C).

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 Posted: October 27, 2015, 2:28 pm - IP Logged

Ok, looked at it both ways.

Just so you know, the charts can be resized to spread it out a bit.

We just scrunch it it up a bit to get overlapping points.

Also, we just look at the Clockwise Only.

The Clockwise / Counter Clockwise is basically the same as the Clockwise Only; it's just shifted 6 places.

We put it in so it's available for anyone to use.

Below we have all three ways, separately and interleaving for Pick 3 using Clockwise Only Moves.

We can see there is something askew in the first digit (A) for the Midday.

It seems to be all bunched up in the 6, 7, 8, and maybe 9 Clockwise moves; Clockwise 8 seems to be the high frequency move.

Midday also has Clockwise moves 2, 4, 5 and 10 missing in the first digit (A); Clockwise move 1 and 3 int the middle digit (B) and 2 in the last digit (C) is missing also.

Evening only seem alright, but there a gaps; not many bunched up.

The Interleaving Midday-Evening does have some gaps in the last digit (C) at 1, 5, and 7.

 Midday Separate Evening Separate Midday - Evening Interleaving

typo:

"Midday also has Clockwise moves 2, 4, 5 and 10 missing in the first digit (A); Clockwise move 1 and 3 int the middle digit (B) and 2 in the last digit (C) is missing also."

"Midday also has Clockwise moves 2, 4, 5 and 10 missing in the first digit (A); Clockwise move 1 and 2 in the middle digit (B) and 3 in the last digit (C) is missing also."

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I'm horrible with Excel.  I just figured out how to expand the charts to make them easier to see.  Yay!

I'm going to split mine out between midday and evening and I think have 1 for both together too.

I'm still trying to understand how to read the data.  Now that I can see the charts, I think it will help.

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 Posted: October 27, 2015, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

Based on today's MN Daily 3 numbers, 9 0 8, the straights, front pairs and first digits to avoid for 2015-10-27 are:

straights - 5XX, 6XX, 7XX

front pairs - 5X, 6X, 7X

first digits - 5, 6, 7

Today's MN Daily 3 2015-10-27 - 0 2 4

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-28:

straights - 6XX, 7XX, 8XX

front pairs - 6X, 7X, 8X

first digits - 6, 7, 8

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Today's MN Daily 3 2015-10-27 - 0 2 4

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-28:

straights - 6XX, 7XX, 8XX

front pairs - 6X, 7X, 8X

first digits - 6, 7, 8

Looks like you were right on target with your prediction!

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 Posted: October 28, 2015, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

Here's an application using the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves.

We used the most recent 40 draws on the Mega Millions and separated each of the digits into 10's and 1's.

Then we applied the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves to the separated digits.

Below we can see a chart for each ball numbers and their 10's / 1's digit moves.

As we can see, the 10's are usually near 0 with the 1's scattered about, but tending to move at some specific values more than others.

Using the Mega Ball (MB) as an example, it has not moved -1 yet and 3 was dormant till just recently in the 1's digit.

We can see there were favored moves in the 2 and 4; now it's picking up in -3 and 3 in the 1's digit.

To find the next digit using these Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves, we need to use a Mod(n, 10) formula; where n is the current digit plus the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise move.

If the current digit is 2 and the move is -4, then n = 2 + (-4) or n = -2.

The Mod(n, 10) of -2 is 8.

Or we can look at the meter dial and count back 4 places from 2 to 8, shown below.

We have the file for this example setup at the following links:

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Today's MN Daily 3 2015-10-27 - 0 2 4

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-28:

straights - 6XX, 7XX, 8XX

front pairs - 6X, 7X, 8X

first digits - 6, 7, 8

Today's MN Daily 3 2015-10-28 - 2 6 3

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-29:

straights - 8XX, 9XX, 0XX

front pairs - 8X, 9X, 0X

first digits - 8, 9, 0

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Here's an application using the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves.

We used the most recent 40 draws on the Mega Millions and separated each of the digits into 10's and 1's.

Then we applied the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves to the separated digits.

Below we can see a chart for each ball numbers and their 10's / 1's digit moves.

As we can see, the 10's are usually near 0 with the 1's scattered about, but tending to move at some specific values more than others.

Using the Mega Ball (MB) as an example, it has not moved -1 yet and 3 was dormant till just recently in the 1's digit.

We can see there were favored moves in the 2 and 4; now it's picking up in -3 and 3 in the 1's digit.

To find the next digit using these Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves, we need to use a Mod(n, 10) formula; where n is the current digit plus the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise move.

If the current digit is 2 and the move is -4, then n = 2 + (-4) or n = -2.

The Mod(n, 10) of -2 is 8.

Or we can look at the meter dial and count back 4 places from 2 to 8, shown below.

We have the file for this example setup at the following links:

or

Thanks!!

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Here's an application using the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves.

We used the most recent 40 draws on the Mega Millions and separated each of the digits into 10's and 1's.

Then we applied the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves to the separated digits.

Below we can see a chart for each ball numbers and their 10's / 1's digit moves.

As we can see, the 10's are usually near 0 with the 1's scattered about, but tending to move at some specific values more than others.

Using the Mega Ball (MB) as an example, it has not moved -1 yet and 3 was dormant till just recently in the 1's digit.

We can see there were favored moves in the 2 and 4; now it's picking up in -3 and 3 in the 1's digit.

To find the next digit using these Clockwise / Counter Clockwise moves, we need to use a Mod(n, 10) formula; where n is the current digit plus the Clockwise / Counter Clockwise move.

If the current digit is 2 and the move is -4, then n = 2 + (-4) or n = -2.

The Mod(n, 10) of -2 is 8.

Or we can look at the meter dial and count back 4 places from 2 to 8, shown below.

We have the file for this example setup at the following links:

or

Will i be able to keep adding draws?

I clicked on a cell below the last draw and didn't see a formula.

Thanks for everything.

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Will i be able to keep adding draws?

I clicked on a cell below the last draw and didn't see a formula.

Thanks for everything.

Hang on a bit.

We'll rrrig something up for ya.

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Today's MN Daily 3 2015-10-28 - 2 6 3

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-29:

straights - 8XX, 9XX, 0XX

front pairs - 8X, 9X, 0X

first digits - 8, 9, 0

MN Daily 3 2015-10-29 - 6 9 4

Next sets to avoid for 2015-10-30:

straights - 2XX, 3XX, 4XX

front pairs - 2X, 3X, 4X

first digits - 2, 3, 4

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 Posted: October 30, 2015, 11:22 am - IP Logged

Will i be able to keep adding draws?

I clicked on a cell below the last draw and didn't see a formula.

Thanks for everything.

Ok, we modified the file.

And, we even added the complete set of Mega Millions draws for this matrix iteration 5/75 + 1/15.

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Also, we expanded the charts a bit to accommodate the extra data.

See here:

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