Below is the results of the previous 104 powerball drawings. That is one years worth of drawings and with that we can do the math. In a perfect world, the average number of times each powerball can be drawn is: 104 divided by 26, or 4 times. In a perfect world we would expect to see all numbers drawn the average number of times. Next, lets make the powerball numbers more manageable by dividing them up into two groups, high and low, and compare! What do we see? This will be interesting to watch as time passes, when compared, the low numbers has the average with some leaders verses the high side with less averages and have what I call super leaders. If you see a zero (0) in the times drawn column, that means that powerball number has not been drawn in the past year! FYI: I have seen numbers go undrawn for as long as three and a half years! Finally, we will be graphing this so we can watch it as time passes.
|Power Ball Number||Times Drawn|