Well this one you may not get every time, but it is a lottery! Here is the code that generates the lottery numbers (you can try to use it to your advantage if you can):
check = 1; while check == 1 D1 = round(rand(1,1)*5+1); D2 = round(rand(1,1)*5+1); D3 = round(rand(1,1)*5+1); draw = sort([D1 D2 D3]); if size(unique(fn), 2) == 3 check = 0; end end
So "draw" is the draw that is made. It is made up of 3 numbers between 1 and 5. Note that the numbers do not repeat. SO an example of an input is:
lottery = [4 3 5];
Now the odds are 1 in 10 (or at least that is the total combinations that can occur), so if you get it exactly you win! (you win the correct answer...)
Good luck, and please play responsibly...
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