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# How often P3 digit repeats on top next draw?

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bgonÃ§alves
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Hello, wisconsin, also the probability of the biggest digit Retry in position? Example = 478 the highest digit is 8 in 3rd place
Next he gave = repeated a digit the digit 8 and 8 is the largest digit but gave in 2nd position We may see the lowest I type too? Positional pairs form the largest less example
1.2 1.3 2, 3 with the highest and lowest Example 478 gave the pair the pair = 4.8 1.3 Positional Calro knowing then that the third digit is between 4 and 8 and in 3rd place. Very good
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Hello, wisconsin, also the probability of the biggest digit Retry in position? Example = 478 the highest digit is 8 in 3rd place
Next he gave = repeated a digit the digit 8 and 8 is the largest digit but gave in 2nd position We may see the lowest I type too? Positional pairs form the largest less example
1.2 1.3 2, 3 with the highest and lowest Example 478 gave the pair the pair = 4.8 1.3 Positional Calro knowing then that the third digit is between 4 and 8 and in 3rd place. Very good

I'm sorry dr san, I'm not really understanding what you are looking for here?

bgonÃ§alves
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Hello what part do not you understand? On the higher digit positions or lower digit in the draw for the pick 3 ???
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Hello what part do not you understand? On the higher digit positions or lower digit in the draw for the pick 3 ???

All of it really. Are you asking the probability of a repeat of the highest digit in the same position and that it is still the highest digit in the draw?

bgonÃ§alves
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ok yes ,yes, perfect!!

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ok yes ,yes, perfect!!

I think the answer would vary depending on what number is the highest digit. The lower the highest digit, the lower the probability it both repeats and remains the highest digit.

bgonÃ§alves
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Hello ok then we have 3 conditions (standard) odds
Repetition of a digit, the digit position of the highest or the lowest digit
And the position of the central digit.

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