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Counts Distribution Graph

Lottery Normal Distribution Graph ball 2Fig.15

A really powerful feature of LSA is its ability to analyse draws in their entirety. An example of this is the Counts - Distribution Graph shown in Fig.15 that allows you to see the total times each ball appears in every possible combination in the lottery.

Fig.15 shows LSA displaying the normal distribution for ball placement 2, the information across the bottom of the graph in Fig.15 shows that ball 10 occurs as a 2nd ball 165,816 times in this draw.

So why is this information so powerful? Simple.. You now know how many draws ball 10 appears as a 2nd ball in the entire draw.

Run the Counts - Appearances Graph as discussed a few pages back for ball 2 and you will see the number of times ball 10 has appeared in the past history of the draw to date.

Using both these statistics you can calculate if ball 10 is following the rules of the distribution of the draw and also determine when 10 is statistically next due to appear as ball 2.

In this example ball 10 appeared 8 times as the 2nd lowest ball

Over a 271 draw period in the 5/59 Powerball draw.

271 draws / 8 times = an average appearance of once every 33.87 draws.

LSA shows you that there are 5,006,386possible combinations in the Powerball.

5,006,386 possible / 165,816times ball 10 is a 2nd lowest number = 30.192

33.87 - 30.192 gives us the value of 3.678What is this 3.678 value.

Its golden, it's the number of draws that will pass before ball 10 will again appear as a 2nd ball.

Will this event happen, the odds say it's a very strong candidate statistically so my money would go on this event happening over the coming weeks.

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