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How to forcast using the 3-4 rundown

Topic closed. 19 replies. Last post 13 years ago by Blackapple.

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Posted: February 28, 2004, 7:17 am - IP Logged

 Th ere are inconsistencies

  in the results.Will revamp

   for more consistency. 

 

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    Posted: February 28, 2004, 7:22 am - IP Logged

     Using this  approach  to forcast

     was an experiment. I have others

     using the 3-4 rundown.

    The 3-4 rundown is still capable. 

      lottery lady's avatar - nicebear
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      Posted: February 28, 2004, 7:28 am - IP Logged

      Could you please give us some numbers for Illinois today.

       

      Thank you,

      Dorothy

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        Posted: March 7, 2004, 12:46 am - IP Logged

        Blackapple, are you creating the flowcharts based on this principle idea?

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          Posted: March 7, 2004, 6:57 am - IP Logged

          No,They come these two



          1. chart A & B.

          2.     A                  B

          3. 9 0 7 1        1 0 7 9

          4. 2 3 0 4        4 3 0 2

          5. 5 6 3 7        7 6 3 5

          6. 8 9 6 0        0 9 6 8

          7. 1 2 9 3        3 2 9 1

          8. 4 5 2 6        6 5 2 4

          9. 7 8 5 9        9 8 5 7

          10. 0 1 8 2        2  1 8 0

          11. 3 4 1 5        5 4 1 3

          12. 6 7 4 8       8 7 4 6

          13. 9 0 7 1        1 0 7 9

          14. The number thats double

          15.   8 8 ,the 8 in this case,

          16. Before you add the 4 3 4

          17. & 3 4 3,take the 8, find it

          18. on the edge(See Chart).

          19. You will find the number you seek clustered around it.

          20. Certain days ,(I Know), are

          21. for Chart A only ,other days 

          22. Chart B only.

          23. Keep chart order. 

          24. Use the row above the 8 and the row below the 8. 

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