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About the chances of a number or digits repeating from the previous draw ... 

Repeating Digits and Numbers 

If the previously drawn number was a Single, meaning that both digits are different, the probability for at least one digit to return in the upcoming draw is 36%. So in a bit bit more than 1 out of 3 draws at least one digit will come back when the previous draw was a Single.


If the previous draw resulted in a Double, both digits are the same, the probability for at least one digit returning is still 19%. So in this case about in every 1 out of 5 draws one digit comes back when the previous draw was a Double.


If the previously drawn number was a Single, meaning that all digits are different, the probability for at least one digit to return in the upcoming draw is 65.7%. So in almost 2 out of 3 draws at least one digit will come back when the previous draw was a Single.


If the previous draw resulted in a Double, two digits are the same, the probability for at least one digit returning is still 48.8%. So in this case about every second draw at least one digit comes back when the previous draw was a Double.


If the previous draw was a Triple, all digits are the same, the probability for the digit to return is 27.1%. So in a bit more than 1 out of 4 draws after a Triple


If the previously drawn number was a Single, meaning that all digits are different, the probability for at least one digit to return in the upcoming draw is 87.04%. So in almost 9 out of 10 draws at least one digit will come back when the previous draw was a Single.


If the previous draw resulted in a Double, two digits are the same, the probability for at least one digit returning is still 75.99%. So in this case 3 out of 4 times at least one digit comes back when the previous draw was a Double.


If the previous draw was a Triple, 3 digits are the same, or a DoubleDouble, meaning that 2 double digits are in one number, the probability for at least one digit to return is 59.04%. So in a bit less than 6 out of 10 draws that at least one digit will reappear.


If the previous draw was a Quadruple, all digits are the same, the probability for that one digit to return is 34.39%. So in a bit more than 1 out of 3 draws after a quadruple the digit will reappear.


If the previously drawn number was a Single, meaning that all 5 digits are different, the probability for at least one digit to return in the upcoming draw is 96.875%. So in a little more than 19 out of 20 draws at least one digit will come back when the previous draw was a Single.


If the previously drawn number was a Double, meaning that 4 of all 5 digits are unique, the probability for at least one digit to return in the upcoming draw is 92.224%. So in a bit more than 9 out of 10 draws at least one digit will come back when the previous draw was a Double.


If the previous draw was either a Triple or TwoDouble, both with 3 unique digits each, the probability for one digit to return is 83.193%. So in more than 4 out of 5 draws after a Triple or TwoDouble at least one of the 3 digits will reappear.


If the previous draw was either a Quadruple or DoubleTriple, both with only 2 unique digits, the probability for one digit to return is 67.232%. So in about 2 out of 3 draws after a Quadruple or DoubleTriple at least one of the digits will reappear.


If the previous draw was a Quintuple, all digits are the same, the probability for that one digit to return is 40.951%. So in about 2 out of 5 draws after a Quintuple this digit will reappear.


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