How does this work?
Powerball Assistant is convenient and easy to use but some people will still have
trouble knowing what is what. This page is designed to give a brief explanation
of each section of the app. Check back again soon because more help files will be
added and a YouTube video is also possible. The Lone Programmer reminds you to play
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other services offered on this site.
Recent Draws & Probabilities
The first section of the app is the Picks section. It has the Recent Drawings and
the Probabilities. Recent Drawings is self explanatory but the Probabilities needs
a word. You will see six tickets, the numbers shown in each ticket are chosen using
a probability equation. The three probabilities equations are the Binomial distribution,
the Geometric distribution and a custom probability distribution that read more...
Section Two, Frequencies!
The Frequencies section is designed to give two different types of information;
one, how long it has been since a number has been picked and two, how often that
a number is picked over a certain number of drawings. The first page in this section
will show you how many drawings there have been since the last time that a number
was picked and the numbers are color-coded based on read more...
Charts of Numbers
The charts section shows numbers drawn in graphical chart formats. Many people like
to use charts to look for patterns. The numbers are broken into groups; 1 through
9, 10 through 19, 20 through 29, 30 through 39, 40 through 49 and 50 through 59
and the Powerball numbers. The first chart shows all numbers including the Powerball
numbers but as you use the top navigation button, you will see the numbers read more...
What's Hot? What's Cold?
Many people believe that there are hot numbers that are picked frequently and cold
numbers that are almost never picked. That is the premise that is used for the hot
and cold section. A simple formula is used to determine whether a number is hot,
cold or neutral over periods of time. The numbers are then presented in an easy
to read chart format where the numbers are listed top to bottom read more...
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