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Worldwide Pairs....equal distribution

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WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
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Posted: November 13, 2003, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

 This is an attempt to find an equal distribution of all possible number  Pairs. Using easy to remember Pair Group Names. Hope this helps someone else. If anyone has another idea please jump in.   


       Worldwide Pairs equal distribution Chart


1.  13 15 17 19 35    Odd Pairs    = 540 numbers

      37 39 57 59 79

 

 3.  68 60 62 64 80  Even Pairs      =540 nums

      82 84 02 04 24

 

  4.  12 23 34 45 56  Consecutive Pairs =540nums

        67 78 89 90 01 

   

  5.  14 18 25 29 36    Ghost pairs           =540 nums.

        03 07 47 58 69

 

   6.   11 22 33 44 55   (Doubles and Mirrors) = *540 nums.   

          66 77 88 99 00                     

        16 27 38 49 50  * Mirror Pairs 

 

  So now we only have 6 groups to worry about. (equal distribution)!*We simply leave out the 10 Triples.

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    Posted: November 13, 2003, 7:01 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Win d!

      This was excellent. Even distribution of all pairs. This is as close as we will ever get. Waited a long time for something like this to come along.Those Ghost pairs and Mirror pairs were the key to making this work.   Thanks. 

    If you want something you have never had, then you have to do something you have never done. 

      Prometheus1's avatar - trace9

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      Posted: November 14, 2003, 6:13 pm - IP Logged

      Geez Win d,

        Who would thought. Having an even distribution on these pairs opens up a lot of different potentials.  This is a break through for more than just Pick 3 . I'm going to try to plug this in a couple of places and play with it. If nothing else Win d, you have categorized some pair groups together and given them names. This alone will make them more manageable. Now we won't have to refer to each group by listing every single pair. The more you can brand and rope these guys, the better. Divide and conquer. I'll PM a couple of things you might enjoy looking at.

      p.s. Pardon the prepositional ending to that last sentence.  That's normally the sort of thing up with which I will not put.  LOL

         

             

        PROMETHEUS