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13,983,816 and the Lottery - Numberphile

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Published on Mar 28, 2012

The chance of picking the six winning numbers from the 49 balls in the UK National Lottery is one in 13,983,816 - on the other hand, the odds of selecting no balls???
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Number-loving physicist James Clewett attempts to "pick some winners"! :)

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