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Statistics for Lotomania
Statistics of real draws
Lotomania (until the draw 2474 on May 29, 2023)

# Quantity of prime numbers

## Occurrences of prime numbers in draws

Quantity of prime numbers drawn
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
0
3
3
1
33
33
2
140
132
3
292
315
4
474
499
5
553
559
6
481
458
7
270
280
8
173
130
9
40
46
10
10
12
11
5
2
12
0
13
0
14
0
15
0
16
0
17
0
18
0
19
0
20
0
 Quantity of prime nos. drawn Actual occurrences Expected occurrences Last draw Shortest interval Longest interval Current interval Average interval 0 3 3 1596 138 1003 878 532.00 1 33 33 2308 5 307 166 69.94 2 140 132 2468 1 105 6 17.63 3 292 315 2461 1 40 13 8.43 4 474 499 2452 1 37 22 5.17 5 553 559 2474 1 22 0 4.47 6 481 458 2466 1 31 8 5.13 7 270 280 2457 1 43 17 9.10 8 173 130 2469 1 87 5 14.27 9 40 46 2473 2 212 1 61.83 10 10 12 2001 3 732 473 200.10 11 5 2 2383 17 1238 91 476.60 12 0 0.00 13 0 0.00 14 0 0.00 15 0 0.00 16 0 0.00 17 0 0.00 18 0 0.00 19 0 0.00 20 0 0.00
• The table shows data on the occurrences of prime numbers on draws, considering all draws of lotomania (with the current matrix).
• Actual occurrences are the real total occurrences of a determined quantity of prime numbers on draws.
• Expected occurrences are the expected occurrences of a determined quantity of prime numbers on draws, according to mathematical probability.
• Last draw is the most recent draw in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers.
• Shortest interval is the shortest gap between draws in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers.
• Longest interval is the longest gap between draws in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers.
• Current interval is the current interval since the last draw in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers.
• Average interval is the general average of intervals between draws in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers (until the last draw in which occurred a determined quantity of prime numbers).
• The actual and expected occurrences tend to get closer to each other the largest the sample.
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