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Statistics for Mega Millions
Statistics of real draws
Mega Millions statistics only consider draws carried out since October 27, 2017, when the rules/matrix changed (range of white balls and mega balls).
Mega Millions (until the draw 2718 on Jun 6, 2023)

# Three consecutive numbers

## Occurrences of sequences of three consecutive numbers in a draw

Ocorrências totais
Incluindo ocorrências de mais de uma sequência no mesmo sorteio
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
11
7
 Actual occurrences Expected occurrences Last draw Shortest interval Longest interval Current interval Average interval 11 7 2706 4 2146 12 52.09
Ocorrências únicas
Desconsiderando ocorrências de mais de uma sequência no mesmo sorteio
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
11
7
 Actual occurrences Expected occurrences Last draw Shortest interval Longest interval Current interval Average interval 11 7 2706 4 2146 12 52.09
• The first table shows the amount of times that occurred sequences of three consecutive numbers in a single draw, considering all draws of mega millions (with the current matrix) and including occurrences of more than one sequence of three consecutive numbers in a single draw (eg: a draw with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 16, 17 and 18 counts as two occurrences of a sequence of three numbers).
• The second table shows the amount of times that occurred sequences of three consecutive numbers in a single draw, considering all draws of mega millions (with the current matrix) and not including occurrences of more than one sequence of three consecutive numbers in a single draw (eg: a draw with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 16, 17 and 18 counts as one occurrence of a sequence of three numbers).
• Actual occurrences are the real occurrences of sequences of three consecutive numbers in draws.
• Expected occurrences are the expected occurrences of sequences of three consecutive numbers in draws, according to mathematical probability.
• Last draw is the most recent draw in which occurred a sequence of three consecutive numbers.
• Longest interval is the longest gap between draws in which occurred a sequence of three consecutive numbers.
• Current interval is the current interval since the last draw in which occurred a sequence of three consecutive numbers.
• Average interval is the general average interval between draws in which occurred a sequence of three consecutive numbers (until the last draw in which occurred a sequence of three consecutive numbers).
• The actual and expected occurrences tend to get closer to each other the largest the sample.
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