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# Number Theory/6-digit combination

Liew wrote at 2014-07-14 13:25:38
Lotto 5/26  [ 26 5-Digits Each ]      65,780 to 1

Lotto 5/30  [ 30 5-Digits Each ]     142,506 to 1

Lotto 5/31  [ 31 5-Digits Each ]     169,911 to 1

Lotto 5/34  [ 34 5-Digits Each ]     278,256 to 1

Lotto 5/35  [ 35 5-Digits Each ]     324,632 to 1

Lotto 5/36  [ 36 5-Digits Each ]     376,992 to 1

Lotto 5/37  [ 37 5-Digits Each ]     435,897 to 1

Lotto 5/38  [ 38 5-Digits Each ]     501,942 to 1

Lotto 5/39  [ 39 5-Digits Each ]     575,757 to 1

Lotto 6/25  [ 25 6-Digits Each ]     177,100 to 1

Lotto 6/33  [ 33 6-Digits Each ]   1,107,568 to 1

Lotto 6/36  [ 36 6-Digits Each ]   1,947,792 to 1

Lotto 6/39  [ 39 6-Digits Each ]   3,262,623 to 1

Lotto 6/40  [ 40 6-Digits Each ]   3,838,380 to 1

Lotto 6/41  [ 41 6-Digits Each ]   4,496,388 to 1

Lotto 6/42  [ 42 6-Digits Each ]   5,245,786 to 1

Lotto 6/44  [ 44 6-Digits Each ]   7,059,052 to 1

Lotto 6/46  [ 46 6-Digits Each ]   9,366,832 to 1

Lotto 6/47  [ 47 6-Digits Each ]  10,737,573 to 1

Lotto 6/48  [ 48 6-Digits Each ]  12,271,512 to 1

Lotto 6/49  [ 49 6-Digits Each ]  13,983,816 to 1

Lotto 6/50  [ 50 6-Digits Each ]  15,890,700 to 1

Lotto 6/51  [ 51 6-Digits Each ]  18,000,000 to 1

Lotto 6/54  [ 54 6-Digits Each ]  25,828,165 to 1

Lotto 6/59  [ 59 6-Digits Each ]  45,057,474 to 1

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#### Vijilant

##### Expertise

Most questions on number theory, divisibility, primes, Euclidean algorithm, Fermat`s theorem, Wilson`s theorem, factorisation, euclidean algorithm, diophantine equations, Chinese remainder theorem, group theory, congruences, continued fractions.

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Teacher of math for 53 years

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AQA Doncaster Bridge Club Danum Strings Orchestra Doncaster Conservative Club Danum Strings Orchestra Simply Voices Choir Doncaster TNS mystery shopping St Paul's Music Group Cantley

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Journal of mathematics and its applications M500 magazine

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BSc (Hons) Liverpool (Science). BA (Hons) OU (Mathematics)

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State Scholarship 1955 Highest Score in Yorkshire on OU course MST209 £50 prize First class honours in OU BA Mathematics

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I taught John Birt, former Director of the BBC in 1961. His homework book was the most perfect I have ever marked. And also the most neat. I could tell he was destined for great things. One of my classmates was the poet Roger McGough, and I have a mention in his autobiography.