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AZ Pick-3 Evening 05-08-2003

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hosni's avatar - hosni
Escondido, CA
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Posted: May 8, 2003, 1:20 pm - IP Logged



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    WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
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    Posted: May 8, 2003, 1:45 pm - IP Logged

    Hello hosni .....What are the two small numbers... 10 and 8 ... ?

      hosni's avatar - hosni
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      Posted: May 8, 2003, 2:05 pm - IP Logged

      Hello hosni .....What are the two small numbers... 10 and 8 ... ?

      Win, I don't really know. I tried to delete all of them, but somehow missed those two. They came with the program, but I don't pay any attention to them.

      I also posted the CA Evening numbers for 05-08-2003 and they are all in there. Next time I post, will remember to take them all out. The posting looks very cluttered with those extra numbers.

            Escondido John

        retxx's avatar - mrthumbs
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        Posted: May 8, 2003, 6:17 pm - IP Logged

        hi John See what you can do for Mass. What system are you using?Thanks

          WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
          Stone Mountain*Georgia
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          Posted: May 8, 2003, 8:22 pm - IP Logged

          Hey hosni ........think we see the small number pattern in the list. Looks like instead of Sums... they are assigning different values to the same numbers. Instead of ......  x+x+x =Sum. They are doing this..... X-X+X= new value.

          Looked like this might have some Tracking value at first, because you could have different values for the same 6 way number instead of just one concentric sum. 

                          123 231 132 321 312 213 =all sum of #6



                                  New values would be:         



           231= 0 132= 0 * 123=2 321= 2 *312= 213= 4


            Not as good as I thought... cause there are only 3 values for the 6 ways. So they over lap.

          Same for 3 ways or doubles... 112 =sum #4

          New values for.... 112 = 2    211=2  121= 0 

          Oh well ...unless there is some sort of equal distribution with this extra value number system.....just as you.....I can't see the value in the small numbers either.  What is the software?

          Win  d 


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            Posted: May 8, 2003, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

            As of June 1, AZ becomes the third state to require lottery players to be 21 years old.

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              Posted: May 8, 2003, 10:38 pm - IP Logged

              Win,

              The distribution is the same as sums it seems but combines different numbers. There is certainly no difference in functional value between the Interval Index and the "regular" sum.