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Lucky Clover
Statistics for Timemania
Statistics of real draws
Timemania statistics only consider draws carried out since May 7, 2022, when the rules/matrix changed (participating teams were changed).
Timemania (until the draw 1823 on Aug 18, 2022)

Distribution in quadrants

Distribution of drawn numbers in each quadrant

Quadrant 1
1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35
Quantity drawn in the quadrant
Actual frequency
Expected frequency
0
186
1
600
2
628
3
290
4
101
5
16
6
2
7
0
Quantity
drawn in the quadrant
Actual
occurrences
Expected
occurrences
Last
draw
Shortest
interval
Longest
interval
Current
interval
Average
interval
0
186
221
1796
1
77
27
9.66
1
600
574
1821
1
17
2
3.04
2
628
595
1819
1
15
4
2.90
3
290
319
1816
1
27
7
6.26
4
101
95
1823
1
75
0
18.05
5
16
15
1591
7
237
232
99.44
6
2
1
1652
174
1478
171
826.00
7
0
0
1823
0.00
  • The table shows data on the quantity of drawn numbers in each quadrant, considering all draws of timemania (with the current matrix).
  • Actual occurrences are the real total occurrences of a quantity of numbers in the referred quadrant.
  • Expected occurrences are the expected occurrences of each quantity of numbers in the referred quadrant, according to mathematical probability.
  • Last draw is the most recent draw in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant.
  • Shortest interval is the shortest gap between draws in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant.
  • Longest interval is the longest gap between draws in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant.
  • Current interval is the current interval since the last draw in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant.
  • Average interval is the general average of intervals between draws in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant (until the last draw in which that quantity of numbers was drawn in the referred quadrant).
  • The actual and expected occurrences tend to get closer to each other the largest the sample.