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I want to buy a house but I'm missing some money,
please drop 6 numbers below,
i'll play them tomorrow,
5, 12, 15, 23, 34, 40
all numbers are infinite, there is no difference
Nobody ever picks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Because that would be unlikely, right?
- ironically (statistically), just as likely as any other combinationmonospaced
- math guys can probably tell me i'm wrong on that thoughmonospaced
- you are, there are many other factors that make that combination more unlikelyalbums
- no there isntdrgs
- lol, I'll try tomorrowGeorgesIV
- yes there is. mean / averages / deviation would all vary greatly if compared to lotto statsalbums
- all single digits etc contribute to the lower probabilityalbums
- statistics are/is a bitch for suremonospaced
- But, you're only buying a ticket for one draw. So, probability doesn't affect it, does it?nb
- chances of win are different than numerical statistical probability.albums
- choosing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 would be the definition of pushing your luckalbums
- Whoa, wait... is 'luck' a math term?nb
- no, i was illustrating a point; just because something is possible, doesn't mean it's as likelyalbums
2, 10, 12, 18, 31, 45
3, 4, 9, 21, 23, 24
1, 3, 11, 33, 61, 183, 671, 2013
since 2013 is a composite number, those are Its positive integer factors. interestingly enough, 2013 is an "odd deficient odious positive composite square-free integer". who'would have know. although i have a feeling im not even sure i know what that means.
also 2013 is the hexadecimal designator for the unicode character "–" ('en-dash')
good luck and don't forget about us when you're filthy rich.
I don't want to be filthy rich, I'll just become poorer faster,
I need 300k then I'm fine
Biro some numbers on sweetcorn; first six out? You're golden.