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Root Sum Chart with a Twist

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Posted: May 11, 2004, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

I tried earlier to post a color coded Root Sum Chart, however, couldnt get it to post :(  Wanted to tell you what I found.  I took a chart that CalifDude (I believe) made, removed all the Triples and Doubles and found some interesting things.

For instance, there are no Sums Singles (0-10) or Twenties (21-27) that will have a Root Sum of 2.

In addition to this there are no Sum Total Twenties (21-27) in any Root Sums 1-7-8-9.    This means only Root Sums 3-4-5-6 will have Sums 21-27.

Also found that in Root Sums 3 & 4 there are only 1 each for Singles and in Root Sums 5 & 6 there are 2 each for Singles.  Just the opposite for Sums 21-27, however there are 3 Sums 21-27 in Root Sum 3 with only 1 in Root 4.

Root 5 & 6 have 1 Sums each 21-27.  This leaves the majority of the 3 different digits having Sums 11-20.  Root Sums 1 has a higher occurence of Sums Singles 0-10 then Sums 11-20 with a 7/6 split while Root Sums 9 has a higher occurence of Sums 11-20 to Sums 0-10 for a 6/8 split.

A Root Sum 7 or 8 has the highest probability of being a Sums 11-20

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    Posted: May 11, 2004, 2:10 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks Clipper.  This is the type of information that we have to arm ourselves with, if we are going to consistently win the $$$.  I want to thank you and all posters for all that you do.  We can all learn from each other, one way or another!!!

     

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      Posted: May 11, 2004, 2:31 pm - IP Logged

      Your Welcome NEB = this is also a part of my feelings that in order to track you have to have a thorough understanding of the 10 digits and the 1000 combinations.

      Made another chart of Doubles and Triples only.  There are 100 combinations for those Root Sums.  There is still no Sums 21-27 that will Sum 2 and only 1 Sum 0-10 that has a Root Sum of 2.

      There is a high occurence of Sums 0-10 in this Root Sum Chart, however, Sums 11-20 still lead with 60 to 25 over Sums 0-10 and 15 combinations with Sums 21-27.

      This also shows that if Sums 21-27 is going to play it has a higher probability of being a Doubles game then a 3 different digit as there are only 7 -3 different digits combinations that will Sum 21-27 compared to 15 that are Doubles games.  There are also no Root Sums of 1 that have a Sums 21-27 combination either.