What chances to
win give us numerical lotteries?
Let’s dip into mathematics a little.
In order to know the chance for win, use the following
formula (where m – the number of balls which one
need to guess; and n – the number of balls in lotto):
n*(n1)*(n2)*...*(n(m1))


For lottery 6 out of 49


= 13 983 816 

Now, You see what chance to win is. It seems what
can be easier to guess 6 figures out of 49?
And is it real to guess one of 13 983 816 figures?
Remember – it’s the same.
Out of almost 14 millions players only one can
have a chance to guess all six numbers. But it’s the average
variant.
Let’s examine chances to win in other numerical
lotteries:
If You know the given formulas, You’ll be able to count chances
for winnings in Your favourite numerical lotteries.
