How to Win the Lottery According to Math
I almost guarantee that you have been wrongly playing the lottery mathematically if you are playing it. This article will explain how Math can help you increase your chances to win. We will also prove it using real data from actual lottery draws.
Math is a wonderful tool that allows you to predict the outcome of random events, and later prove your prediction. The numbers aren't lying, and that is undeniable.
Let's now dive into the mathematical computations to explain why certain trends are observed in lottery results. To prove our conclusion, we will then compare the theoretical calculations with actual results from lottery games.
According to the traditional school of thought, each combination of lottery numbers has equal chances of being selected in a draw. In a 6/45 lottery format they state that every 6 number combination has 1 out 8 million chances to be picked.
This idea is very weak, since it doesn't explain why 1,2,3,4,5 and 6, or 40,126.96.36.199.45 have yet to appear in history of lottery draws.
If this type of thinking is doubtful, what chance do you have of winning the lottery?
Let me begin this journey by talking about marbles to help you understand the math behind playing the lottery.
As you can see, the white marbles are more numerous than the five black marbles. What color would you choose to bet $100 on? Anybody who can do simple math will know that blindly picking a marble from the group illustrated above increases the chance of getting white marble.
There are two ways to measure probability in mathematics. Both deal with independent events, while the other deals with dependent ones. These 2 methods will not be discussed in detail.
You should know that the probability of each pick is the same if the marble is replaced in the bag every time. Each event is independent.
Therefore, it is more likely that you will get a white marble on your second pick. This is because white marble tends to be picked more often.
You are more likely to draw white marble on the third pick.
Probability is in mathematics the probability of one or more events occurring divided by the number possible outcomes.