Probabilistic Model for the Mega Sena Draw – Scientific Article

Dear readers, Below is a clipping from an article written by mathematical researchers from the Federal University of Uberlandia, which discusses the draw of the Mega Sena from a scientific point of view.

Resultado da Mega-Sena extensive and quite dense, quite different from the texts posted here on the blog, which are written for quick reading, we, the LotoClube Team, understand that it is fundamental reading for those who want to make a more consistent game when betting on the Mega Sena.

Including, among others, this is a base text for us as we elaborate our Mega developments. Read and reread calmly and carefully, and if you have any questions, you can come to us and we will, as far as possible, help to answer your questions. Good reading!

Probabilistic model for the Mega Sena draw

In Brazil, lotteries seduce millions of people each week  hoping to become millionaires. Any grow so preoccupied by  getting that people try to uncover some statistical secret about the “logic” of the numbers drawn.Normally when Mega-sena prizes (which pay the highest prizes) accumulate, newspapers release numbers that have been drawn more or less often, so that bettors make a decision about their  predictions.

In this article, the purpose was to show the probabilistic behavior for the Mega Sena draw and to verify the consistency of the Theory of Probability, thus giving a mathematical basis for playing and also which games are most likely to happen through combinations and probability.

Our purpose is to provide a simple probabilistic mathematical model to predictors of betting games in order to show their organization and the probabilistic behavior of their results.

In addition, we have agreed names for the same ten number sets as described below: Par: 2 numbers in the same ten; Trinca: 3 numbers in the same dozen; Court: 4 numbers in the same decade; Quina: 5 numbers in the same dozen; Seine: 6 numbers in the same dozen.

This done, we got 11 possible combinations of groups, or jigs: Simple, 1 pair, 2 pairs, 3 pairs, 1 set, 2 set, 1 set and 1 pair, 1 block, 1 block and 1 pair, 1 corner and 1 sine.

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