# Pick 3 for Super Dummies

FiRST LESSSON FOR TONIGHT IS how to read and interpret  a number in a logical way.

A number has 3 digits.ex. 321 is the threehundred and twentyone number.

Number 321 is NOT THE SAME WITH 123 .

But Young citizen you may ask WHAT IS 123 THEN ?? 123 is the  onehundred twenty three number !

Lesson two for next class -How many  pick 3 numbers we can have from this 3 digits -1,2,3 ?

A-6

B-18

C-12

D-3

E-27

Invitation to teach is open to Our famous "University of Lottery post" Teachers -they know who they are very well...

A-6

Doubles=3 possible combos

112-211-121

Warning-YOU HAVE BEEN downgraded to dummie status !

I really don't have time for this. You're editing your post.

Incomplete answer or you are hiding in secrecy  the precious information of the complete  sets of doubles.

112,211,121

113,131,311

221,122,212

223,232,322

332,323,233

331,133,313

Time it takes to achieve mastery young one.

Are you giving up on providing the corect answer ?That will automatically transport you into Cell B -SUPERDUMMIES cell.Please meditate a minute and add them up !

Still incomplete add 111 222 333

Oh slow down dummie ...That breakdown  was only  for the doubles... but you get good points and karma for enlightening our students that yes we do have 3 triples !!now if we can only find an intelligent creature to give us the correct answer ...hmmmm

My Momma didn't raise no fool!  You're just talking jibber jabber !

You can't fool Mr. T

Correct answer : E= 27 NUMBERS

6 SINGLES

18 DOUBLES

3 TRIPLES

Why don't you continue with your lessons and build them up into something useful for the game?

I would,but looks like no one is interested or they know it all as we have seeen from above .

Next lesson would b -When to play and spend within your budget ?That maybe should b 2 lessons completly separate.

Well, I'm sure others are interested too. So, you might as well continue.

I would,but looks like no one is interested

Never assume the new comers/newbies(not dummies) aren't paying attention.

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