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it's possible to select the same numbers as someone else, assuming you're not playing random numbers generated by the lottery.
I believe it's possible that the "randomly generated" numbers could also "pick" the same numbers as the other people involved who also win.
There can be multiple winners who've all chosen the same winning numbers randomly.
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Statistically there are only some 290 million odd different number sets possible. If tens, or hundreds, of millions of players buy 10 - 20 tickets each, there are for sure going to be multiple identical number sets. It's unavoidable!
How do we preserve the wisdom men will need,
when their violent passions are spent?
- The Lost Horizon
Tenth of a tenth rather. But the jackpot is normally not this high. It's usually between 30-150 million. So you go from thinking you won that sorta money and then end up finding you actually won 1/100th of that. can't be a good feeling. Factor in 39% fed tax and what you do you have?