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999997 The History of Lottery

“What are the chances that the 1st prize will issue 999997”
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This should be a question that lives in many people’s minds today.
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First of all, asking questions like this is not a very good question. Because in fact The chance that the 1st prize will issue 999997 is equal to the number 187245, or 827426 or any other number, 1/1000000, which is 0.000001 all the same.
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But we’re not going to get excited when it goes out 187245 or 827426 because it’s really what we’re excited about. It was not that it was issued 999997, but it was that the number was so beautiful that it looked unusual. So the better question in this case is What is the chance that the 1st prize will come out a number that is so unusual and beautiful?
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If the word ‘unconventional’ beautiful you mean it ‘Issuing the same 5 numbers’, the probability of this occurrence is 0.00054, which is calculated from (10x9x6) / 1000000 sure enough.
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Paying attention if it is duplicated, set 5 numbers, you are interested in 111811 or 444454 or 919999, but 999997 is more special. Because in addition to it being a duplicate set of five numbers, the one that does not repeat is pushed to the edge as well It means that the five numbers that are duplicate are arranged in abundance.
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Chance of an event that ‘Issuing the same number after 5 numbers, then the five numbers are still arranged in abundance as well.’ Chances are just 0.00018 or 9/50000, which is calculated from (10x9x2) / 1000000 only
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What does the value 0.00018 tell us? This tells us that Chances of 1st prize will issue family number 911111 or 444445 or 333332, something like this will happen on average 1 draw every 5556.
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One year, the lottery draws 24 draws, so on average, you will have to wait 232 years before this happens again.
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Halley’s Comet passes close to Earth every 75 years, so before you see the 1st prize in five consecutive numbers, like today, you might have seen Halley’s comet two more times.
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Therefore congratulations We are all part of this historic event together.