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Lotto tickets 2012-01-03
From Ashley:
Hi. I play the lotto a lot, and have yet to win. How many combinations can I make with 6 numbers 1-53? I am trying to come up with a dollar amount so I know how much I would have to spend to guarantee a win. Thank you in advance. (I'm no good at math)
Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.
Buying 13,983,816 tickets for the 6/49 lotto 2009-02-23
From luis:
if 6/49 lotto combinations is 13,983,816 combinations at 10.pesos per combinationthe price amount is 139,838.160.00 is it wise for me to get all the combinations since the the pot money is more than 347 million pesos. Am I right?
Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.
Choosing 5 numbers from 39 2008-08-04
From robert:
Hi,

I am sending you the web page where I found the question of 39 numbers and = 5 choices, please see below.

How does they comes up with the 120 combinations?

How can I comes up with the 120 combinations in a printout form?

Please read all the way to the bottom of there example and see where they talks about the 120 combinations.

Answered by Victoria West and Harley Weston.
A lottery 2008-01-27
From Stephen:
formula for calculating five numbers dropping out of ninety numbers.eg: 37-16-29-10-45 dropped out of ninety numbers.What formula can be used to predict the next five numbers out of the ninety?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Lotto 6-49 2001-02-27
From A student:
I am a secondary student and I was wondering if there was a better way to find out how many combinations and what they are in the lotto 6/49 than writing them out on a piece of paper. Any help you can provide me with would be greatly appreciated.
Answered by Penny Mon.
Lucky dip 2001-02-09
From Andrew:
I buy 8 lucky dip (random number) panels, each panel has 6 numbers chosen at random from 49. I never seem to cover more than 32 different numbers on average, over the total 48 numbers chosen, which seems low? How can I calculate the probability of 32 different numbers or 33 diferent numbers?
Answered by Claude Tardif.
 
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