# gauss curve lottery 60/6

#### jack

##### Member
Hello. It is written on the net that the lottery 49/6 and similar
* The chance of 01,02,03,04,05,06 is equal to any other, but but
* The Gauss bell curve shows that in 10 or 20 consecutive draws
* Not quite, that is 80% the numbers come out in the central strip
* To think because if you have 01 in 1st place in the 2nd position have
* 58 fighting with the numbers 02 then to the 2nd position is 58/1
* Another example if you have 01 02 03 04 05 to sixth place
* 55 numbers are fighting to get out or be sorteiados with a single the 06
They are 55/1 Gauss chart shows this ever greater number of combinations will prevail this is likely, and the repetition of an event is secret of probability.
And the filter can filter pairs / odd at each position we have 30 odd and 30 pairs
* In 60/6. Could create a reduction calculator by sum of numbers (digits)
also

#### jack

##### Member
Frank when not standard 3/3
we have
* pairs
02 = 06 04 = 12 min
60 = 56,58 174
* odd
01 03 05 = 09
55 57 56 = 171 maximum
* Are the sums of the numbers ok
* then you can not pass the Kendo pairs is / 3/3
174 and can not pass the odd because 171 is the maximum

#### Frank

##### Member
I'll leave all that with you Jack, it looks like you've gone off topic again. I've covered the original question, so I'm moving on.