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Help with sum totals

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Posted: March 24, 2004, 11:07 pm - IP Logged

I want to know how many different combinations I would need to play to cover every set of numbers that will add up to a total of 115 in a take five 1 to 36 game.  Can someone run that for me and then come up with a wheel that would guarentee a 4 out of 5 hit.  I am just curious on what it would take to cover all these bases as a total of 115 is extremely due in a lot of research I have done with sums in the pick five game.  Thanks in advance.

chris

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    seabrook n.h
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    Posted: March 25, 2004, 4:42 am - IP Logged

    I ran you`re info through a program I got from Ion saliu called sum`s a 5-36 with a sum of 115 = 4137 combos, cool program and it was free and yes it will show them .  jeff

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      Posted: March 31, 2004, 9:19 am - IP Logged

      Hey MACH = where can you can that FREE program?

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        seabrook n.h
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        Posted: April 2, 2004, 4:23 am - IP Logged

        You can find this program and much more at www.saliu.com  lot`s to read here and most way over my head. just go to the download page and have a look, all free stuff.  jeff

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          Posted: April 2, 2004, 7:44 am - IP Logged

          Thanks.....after reading that name I realized that I had heard of the guy and was able to find his website.  Picked up the SUMS program.  Wish he had one for the a Pick 4 + 1 as it would fit for the Texas Two Step we have :(