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Statistics for Dia de Sorte
Statistics of real draws
Dia de Sorte (until the draw 620 on Jun 23, 2022)

Frequency by year

Total occurrences of each number in each year

Year 2022
Number
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
Fevereiro
9
Junho
9
Abril
8
Dezembro
7
Julho
7
Agosto
6
Janeiro
6
Novembro
6
Maio
4
Outubro
4
Setembro
3
Março
2
No.
Actual
occurrences
Expected
occurrences
Last
draw
Shortest
interval
Longest
interval
Current
interval
Average
interval
Fevereiro
9
5.92
620
1
20
0
7.89
Junho
9
5.92
618
3
13
2
7.89
Abril
8
5.92
595
1
13
25
8.88
Dezembro
7
5.92
612
2
21
8
10.14
Julho
7
5.92
604
1
18
16
10.14
Agosto
6
5.92
610
1
31
10
11.83
Janeiro
6
5.92
611
5
22
9
11.83
Novembro
6
5.92
617
2
21
3
11.83
Maio
4
5.92
609
2
27
11
17.75
Outubro
4
5.92
616
1
45
4
17.75
Setembro
3
5.92
619
7
46
1
23.67
Março
2
5.92
607
11
46
13
35.50
  • The table shows data on the quantity of draws in which each number was drawn on the chosen year, considering all the draws of dia de sorte (with the current matrix).
  • Actual occurrences are the total actual occurrences of the numbers in draws that happened during the chosen year.
  • Expected occurrences are the expected occurrences for each number on the chosen year, according to mathematical probability.
  • Last draw is the most recent draw in which the number was drawn on the chosen year.
  • Shortest interval is the shortest gap between draws that happened on the chosen year in which the number was drawn.
  • Longest interval is the longest gap between draws that happened on the chosen year in which the number was drawn.
  • Current interval is the current gap since the last draw that happened on the chosen year in which the number was drawn (only considering draws of that year).
  • Average interval is the general average of intervals between draws that happened on the chosen year in which the number was drawn (until the last draw that happened on the chosen year in which the chosen number was drawn).
  • The actual and expected occurrences tend to get closer to each other the largest the sample.
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