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# VTracs as true numbers... Vertical Sum at its' best!

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6*9 =54 and.6+9=15..etc...

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I get the first two steps...

4 + 6= 10, 4 x 6= 25... but after that I'm lost.  Can you explain further?  I like it.

The formulas explain it well.

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Always, always, always use lottery math.  Don't carry the 1.

Georgia

Thu, Jan 14, 2016 Wed, Jan 13, 2016 Tue, Jan 12, 2016 Mon, Jan 11, 2016 2-1-9 3-9-3-5 9-4-3 4-2-1 9-6-8-3 9-3-7-8 9-0-6 4-3-3 8-6-0-2 6-5-9-1 4-9-3 4-8-4 4-0-6-6 9-1-0-1 2-3-0 1-5-6 6-0-9-8 7-0-3-3 5-1-2 8-8-2 1-0-4-4 0-0-3-9

1 5 6

8 8 2+

9 3 8  v544 (433, 438, 483, 488, 933, 938, 983, 988)  v545 (434, 439, 484, 489, 934, 939, 984, 989)

Next draw was 493, followed by 484 eve, then 433 eve

What you can also do is take any draw, translate it into a VTrac.  Use the actual VTrac digits.

512 = v123 <-- digits 123 (pairs 12  23  13)  next midday draw 230.

...Also, notice v512 = 401, 406, 451, 456, 901, 906, 951, 956 ... 906 straight, three midday draws later

882 = v443 <-- digits 443 (pairs 34  44)  three draws came out of that 493, 448, 433

906 = v512 <--  digits 512 (pairs 12  15  25)  12 pair... 421  219

I'll be back later with many more examples....

Your data and mine would make a nice program. Im a rookie at excel so if you want and have the time program it and post it.

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I'm a rookie at Excel too. All I use it for is to track dates of certain numbers by manual entry

Keep it simple

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Do you mind taking a row across and explain?  Thanks

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Georgia

 Tue, Jan 19, 2016 0-1-7 0-6-8 7-0-5-4 Mon, Jan 18, 2016 6-9-6 6-4-2 0-6-0-8 1-4-9-6 Sun, Jan 17, 2016 4-5-2 0-1-6 6-2-5-0 2-2-7-3

Key due digit was 8

0 1 7

6 9 6+

6 0 3  v214 (103, 108, 153, 158, 603, 608, 653, 658)

6 2 4

0 1 6+

6 3 0  v241 (130, 135, 180, 185, 630, 635, 680, 685)

Keep it simple

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Georgia

 Tue, Jan 19, 2016 0-1-7 0-6-8 7-0-5-4 Mon, Jan 18, 2016 6-9-6 6-4-2 0-6-0-8 1-4-9-6 Sun, Jan 17, 2016 4-5-2 0-1-6 6-2-5-0 2-2-7-3

Key due digit was 8

0 1 7

6 9 6+

6 0 3  v214 (103, 108, 153, 158, 603, 608, 653, 658)

6 2 4

0 1 6+

6 3 0  v241 (130, 135, 180, 185, 630, 635, 680, 685)

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BRAVO

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BRAVO

Thanks, Blackapple!

Ohio

Wed, Jan 20, 2016    4-4-3

Tue, Jan 19, 2016     2-8-0  2-9-7

Mon, Jan 18, 2016    6-1-4  7-7-5

2 8 0

6 1 4+

8 9 9 -->    v455  (344, 349, 394, 399, 844, 849, 894, 899)

Due digit was 3

Keep it simple

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Surge.

Is this the norm in predicting Midday numbers via the vertical sum of the current and previous midday drawn numberts?

How then can evening numbers be predicted  do we use the vertical sum of the current and previous evening drawn numbers?

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Thanks, Blackapple!

Ohio

Wed, Jan 20, 2016    4-4-3

Tue, Jan 19, 2016     2-8-0  2-9-7

Mon, Jan 18, 2016    6-1-4  7-7-5

2 8 0

6 1 4+

8 9 9 -->    v455  (344, 349, 394, 399, 844, 849, 894, 899)

Due digit was 3

When I get some extra time, I will explore more, right now I look for due vtrac sums.

Seem sums 8-9-10-11 come out a lot.

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R.w mw

421.   7. 3.  2

433.   1.  1  1

484.    7. 4.  0

156.    3. 5.  1

882.     9. 6.  0

The middle width is the ditance from the second higest digit to the highest.  The root,width,middle width of the 882 shows up 906 on January 12th.

lakerben   is  this correct?                                                                                                                                                                 R.     w.        mw.                                                                                                                                            113           5      0           2                                                                                                                                                821           2      7           6                                                                                                                                                145           1      4           1                                                                                                                                                689           5      3           1               I'm I putting the numbers in the correct rows?

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lakerben   is  this correct?                                                                                                                                                                 R.     w.        mw.                                                                                                                                            113           5      0           2                                                                                                                                                821           2      7           6                                                                                                                                                145           1      4           1                                                                                                                                                689           5      3           1               I'm I putting the numbers in the correct rows?

Are you kidding?

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Are you kidding?

Okay, the MW = distance between 2nd highest number to the highest;                               in the 113 = 3 is the highest. the 1  is 2nd number  the different is 2                           in the 821 = 8 is the highest. the 2  is 2nd highest # the different is 6                   So I'm lost. Did I miss something in the translation of sentence.

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R.w mw

421.   7. 3.  2

433.   1.  1  1

484.    7. 4.  0

156.    3. 5.  1

882.     9. 6.  0

The middle width is the ditance from the second higest digit to the highest.  The root,width,middle width of the 882 shows up 906 on January 12th.

Again with feeling.