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Statistics for Powerball (US)
Statistics of real draws
Powerball statistics only consider draws carried out since October 7, 2015, when the rules/matrix changed (range of white balls and powerballs).
Powerball (until the draw 3338 on May 27, 2023)

# Two consecutive numbers

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

Ocorrências totais
Incluindo ocorrências de mais de uma sequência no mesmo sorteio
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
271
257
 Actual occurrences Expected occurrences Last draw Shortest interval Longest interval Current interval Average interval 271 257 3338 1 2452 0 3.68
Ocorrências únicas
Desconsiderando ocorrências de mais de uma sequência no mesmo sorteio
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
242
235
 Actual occurrences Expected occurrences Last draw Shortest interval Longest interval Current interval Average interval 242 235 3338 1 2452 0 3.68
• The first table shows the amount of times that occurred sequences of two consecutive numbers in a single draw, considering all draws of powerball (with the current matrix) and including occurrences of more than one sequence of two consecutive numbers in a single draw (eg: a draw with the numbers 1, 2, 15, 16, 25 and 47 counts as two occurrences of a sequence of two numbers).
• The second table shows the amount of times that occurred sequences of two consecutive numbers in a single draw, considering all draws of powerball (with the current matrix) and not including occurrences of more than one sequence of two consecutive numbers in a single draw (eg: a draw with the numbers 1, 2, 15, 16, 25 and 47 counts as one occurrence of a sequence of two numbers).
• Actual occurrences are the real occurrences of sequences of two consecutive numbers in draws.
• Expected occurrences are the expected occurrences of sequences of two consecutive numbers in draws, according to mathematical probability.
• Last draw is the most recent draw in which occurred a sequence of two consecutive numbers.
• Longest interval is the longest gap between draws in which occurred a sequence of two consecutive numbers.
• Current interval is the current interval since the last draw in which occurred a sequence of two consecutive numbers.
• Average interval is the general average interval between draws in which occurred a sequence of two consecutive numbers (until the last draw in which occurred a sequence of two consecutive numbers).
• The actual and expected occurrences tend to get closer to each other the largest the sample.
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