Posted by Aponizuma on September 04, 2000.
I need to know if the median and mean are enough to predict a lottery filter's next move (e.g. 75% probability or degree of certainty). Of course, it is not 100%, but is it reliable when playing with your lotto software?
Thanks you in advance.
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