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Targets for Pick 3 Part 3

Topic closed. 17 replies. Last post 8 months ago by Jayhawk58.

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Posted: April 13, 2016, 12:14 am - IP Logged

 I am suggesting one of many ways of locating the next parameter, you don't expect me to run regression for the root sums 0 through 9, you need to set your own data and run them.

Do root sum 6.

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    Posted: April 13, 2016, 12:37 am - IP Logged

    Let say your current draw has the root sum 9 in North Carolina, then your focus should be what root sum/s the parameter 9 brings(this can be done by simple regression, you're trying to find 'clusters' around 9 , this will give a clear range to focus on.

    Show them..........

    RS 9> next 6,2,8> filter lead digits 8,3,6 from root sums 6,2,8 data for next picks.

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      Posted: April 13, 2016, 9:57 am - IP Logged

      When you track a parameter, you eliminate others, hence you focus on DUE  (longest or late), the movements of digits or parameters does not work that way. A simple example is the flip of a coin, you can't say after five Heads, tails are due(It may be good for waging strategy, not for selecting picks).Let say your current draw has the root sum 3, then your focus should be what root sum/s the parameter 3 brings(this can be done by simple regression, you're trying to find 'clusters' around 3 , this will give a clear range to focus on.

      So when you say simple regression, do you mean to say what the root sum in question has brought following or before it in the past ?

      For ex. the last few times root sum 8 appeared it was preceded by 1,4 on one occasion, 7,3 on another, and 4,7 on another.

      It was followed by 6,7 on one occasion, then 5,6 on another, and 1,6 on another.

      In conclusion, if 7 has not appeared already, it would be next. If 6 has not appeared, it would be likely, as would 4 or 1 as the least.

      This would be recent trend, could be affected by what happens most often as an average?

       Rock Chalk Jayhawk