Powerball hot numbers

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Many people believe that certain numbers are drawn more frequntly than others, and that others are selected less often. These are often referred to as: Hot and Cold numbers. In order to help players identify these, many lotteries provide Frequency Tables.

However, when trying to interpret this information, players are faced with the several problems and questions. First, does this data indicate that these numbers perform better or worse over the long run? Or, is this simply a function of short term trends? Second, the format of certain games has changed over time. Balls are added and deleted. How can we normalize this information to account for the fact that certain balls have been present longer that others? Third, is this statistical data meaningful?

To help answer these questions, we have prepared this analysis which contains four panels. Window PB-1 in the lower left displays a tabular analysis of the most common white and Power lottery balls. The total occurances of each ball is shown for: 3 Month, 6 Month, 1 Year, 2 Year, and All Time terms. The cells are color coded to illustrate numbers that are: Cold (Blue), Cool (Light Blue), Warm (Light Red), and Hot (Red). The non-shaded numbers are neutral.

Hotness and Coldness is assigned utilizing a weighted statistical analysis which involves first determining the expected number of occurances, and then calculating the actual observed deviations. This data is shown in Window PB-2. The graph displayed in Window PB-3 shows a normal probability distribution. This is an important concept of randomness because we know that there will be an expected amount of noise (or deviation) whenever such events are measured.

Lastly, Window PB-4 puts it all together by summarizing how often the lottery jackpots would be won if a player limits his playing numbers to certain subsets: Hot, Cold, Hot + Cold, Neutral, and Neutral + Hot. These tables only show the highest prizes that would be won, not the sum of all the prizes.

Topic: Lottery; Game: Powerball; Abbreviation: PB; Title: Hot Cold Analysis; Subject: Most common lottery numbers drawn; Methodology: Probability weighted frequency distribution; Term: 3 month, 6 month, 1 year, 2 year, all time; Stragegy: Play Hot, Cold, Neutral numbers; Potential: Largest jackpot and other winning prize payouts shown## PowerBall Hot and Cold Numbers

The statistics below have been collected from every PowerBall draw since the game began in 2009. Find out which are the most or least popular PowerBall numbers, and see how the value of the PowerBall jackpot has trended over time.

### PowerBall Hot Numbers

The numbers below have appeared more often than any other numbers in PowerBall draws. Use the information on each ball to find out how many days it has been since its last appearance, as well as how many times it has appeared overall.

### PowerBall Cold Numbers

These numbers are the least commonly drawn in PowerBall. The information below covers every draw since October 2009, showing how many times each number has been drawn, as well as how long it has been since each numberвЂ™s last appearance.

### Most Overdue Numbers

These numbers are the ones that have not appeared in PowerBall draws for the longest amount of time. They are not the same as the cold numbers, which have been drawn the least number of times overall.

The statistics below reveal the total number of times each PowerBall number has appeared over the course of the drawвЂ™s history. You can view the numbers in a chart or a table that includes more detailed information on when each number was last drawn.

View the PowerBall Hot and Cold numbers along with other statistics including, most overdue numbers, number frequencies, jackpot trends and more. ]]>