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Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

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Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

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    Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

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      Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

      Ola!  Dr San.

      Give us some examples. 

       

      Thumbs Up

      How about them cowboys!

       

       

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        Using the Cartesian plane in a lottery?

        You've got to consider giving up your Rocket Science career, and choose a path in life that leaves you more grounded !!!  LOL

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          Is this your annual conversation? Last year u2 had the exact same discussion which led to nothing. I can see a possibility in Fibonacci sequence, but not in Cartesian plane. Talk to u guys next year.

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          Using the Cartesian plane as trap
          For the next draw of a lottery?the snare, may have standards

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          Using the Cartesian plane as trap
          For the next draw of a lottery?the snare, may have standards

          What do you mean here ??? You did not explain.

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            Hello, I'm wondering if anyone has done, or is mounted in a matrix where has rows and columns that can cross
              It would be letters in columns and numbers in lines in order to find positional standards

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              What would be your center point?  How do you imagine negative lottery numbers on the left-hand side of the plane? Maybe some kind of subtraction process? 

              Seems like you have an idea.  Too bad you couldn't learn enough English to communicate it. 

              "There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

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                central point or reference is the last draw, with it (the last draw)
                  You can see the left or right and diagonal left and right of the reference point of the last draw, pieces of lines interacting within the matrix
                    0123456789
                a
                B
                C
                D
                e ------------
                F
                G
                H
                I
                j

                pick 3= 478

                b4 g7 h8

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                  http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Cg33qYSJeqQ/Vji8dSRk3PI/AAAAAAAA6QQ/_r92JH6nZyE/s1600/SETI%2Brecebe%2Bprimeiro%2Bsinal%2BEstrangeiro%2BDe%2BEstrela%2BMisteriosa%2BKIC%2B8462852%2Bextraterrestrial.jpg

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                    central point or reference is the last draw, with it (the last draw)
                      You can see the left or right and diagonal left and right of the reference point of the last draw, pieces of lines interacting within the matrix
                        0123456789
                    a
                    B
                    C
                    D
                    e ------------
                    F
                    G
                    H
                    I
                    j

                    pick 3= 478

                    b4 g7 h8

                    I once mentioned this to you on one of your past threads. I think your idea of using Cartesian Plane concepts is an excellent one. I've used its concepts as well, and I've found them very helpful.

                    You may also consider that the "center" of the Whole Pick 3 in it's "perfect position" moves between 481 and 518, or 499 and 500  or is just 499.5. You can collectively think of these as the "center", and as the basic template of the Pick 3 at rest in its "original starting position". Yet as you brilliantly said, the last draw can be considered a "center" or more accurately, a "central reference point" as well. This is so, because the Pick 3 is always moving. Always Moving, always in flow, and in my humble opinion, it is one of the 3 most important aspects of the lottery. Your concepts and your system must reflect the principle of movement. Everything moves. If your ideas, method or system doesn't reflect some aspect of that, your predictions may often be out of tune with the harmony of the game or in not in time with the flow of the game.

                    Good luck to you!

                    Legend says that The Craggy One was once asked about the Lottery Circle and the aged Lottery LoreKeeper whispered in his gravelly eloquence,"It is known among our kind that 2 successive draws are in reality the 2 center-points of 2 intersecting circles that share a common radius - a Root Center. This Vesica Piscis is the creative womb for all numbers, the Still Point from which two draws will unite & a new one is born. This "perfect" space is a wormhole through Time(Change). Master its proportions & your numerical predictions will not falter". 

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                      Hello KOLA, in the case of pick 3 using the last pick 3 as center
                      We will try to find patterns to delete digits for the next draw
                      We can exclude this right of digonais and left, also the rows and columns, eliminating 4th 5 digits of 10 possible this very good, because lotteries are random, but the positions within a coordinated plan can give us positional standards, both to single digits or small groups.

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                        I once mentioned this to you on one of your past threads. I think your idea of using Cartesian Plane concepts is an excellent one. I've used its concepts as well, and I've found them very helpful.

                        You may also consider that the "center" of the Whole Pick 3 in it's "perfect position" moves between 481 and 518, or 499 and 500  or is just 499.5. You can collectively think of these as the "center", and as the basic template of the Pick 3 at rest in its "original starting position". Yet as you brilliantly said, the last draw can be considered a "center" or more accurately, a "central reference point" as well. This is so, because the Pick 3 is always moving. Always Moving, always in flow, and in my humble opinion, it is one of the 3 most important aspects of the lottery. Your concepts and your system must reflect the principle of movement. Everything moves. If your ideas, method or system doesn't reflect some aspect of that, your predictions may often be out of tune with the harmony of the game or in not in time with the flow of the game.

                        Good luck to you!

                        Well said, but philosophical approach(mostly concepts) does not resonate. Why? Most  subscribe to 'system' as a process 'edge in stone'. I can start a thread title ' using linear regression for prediction', and it will be shout down with negative comments if the approach is philosophical!. A good read of 'Super Crunchers' by IAN AYERS  is recommended (why forward -testing a concept is good for predictions in random plane).

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                          Hello KOLA, in the case of pick 3 using the last pick 3 as center
                          We will try to find patterns to delete digits for the next draw
                          We can exclude this right of digonais and left, also the rows and columns, eliminating 4th 5 digits of 10 possible this very good, because lotteries are random, but the positions within a coordinated plan can give us positional standards, both to single digits or small groups.

                          Hello dr san,

                          I don't agree that the lottery draws are random, but yes as you describe, I do agree that the Cartesian Plane or rather concepts derived from it, can serve as a positional standard.

                          Legend says that The Craggy One was once asked about the Lottery Circle and the aged Lottery LoreKeeper whispered in his gravelly eloquence,"It is known among our kind that 2 successive draws are in reality the 2 center-points of 2 intersecting circles that share a common radius - a Root Center. This Vesica Piscis is the creative womb for all numbers, the Still Point from which two draws will unite & a new one is born. This "perfect" space is a wormhole through Time(Change). Master its proportions & your numerical predictions will not falter". 

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                            This is getting deep.  Up over,tan,sec,cos,sin it doesn't matter as long as you win. 

                             

                            A squared+bsquared = c squared.the square root of c =answer.

                            I use it all the time.

                            Math is math.

                            How about them cowboys!

                             

                             

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                              central point or reference is the last draw, with it (the last draw)
                                You can see the left or right and diagonal left and right of the reference point of the last draw, pieces of lines interacting within the matrix
                                  0123456789
                              a
                              B
                              C
                              D
                              e ------------
                              F
                              G
                              H
                              I
                              j

                              pick 3= 478

                              b4 g7 h8

                              Consider the matrix 0123456789 as point, for that matter, any parameter as point in different times.