Does Michigan have a lottery?
Yes, Michigan state government runs Michigan state lottery. the website address is
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Chances are pretty low. Depending on the numbers the odds of winning are minuscule. 1 chance in 15 million is what the standard odds are, depending on the number of tickets purchased and the specific quantities of numbers. Adding a Power Ball factor into the equation reduces it even more.
Luck. 1) get lucky 2) cheat 3) buy ALL the lottery tickets for a guaranteed win. 1) is out of your control 2) is illegal and probably risky 3) is financially stupid Which leaves you with 1, unlikely as it is.
Go to the tv station in Jubilife city, then go in and go to the receptionist on the 1st floor, she'll then give you a ticket and if your Pokemon id number is drawn you'll get a prize, if not you'll have to try again the next day.
Because most people meet and marry their spouse by chance, and thesuccess or otherwise of a marriage is as much as anything a matterof luck.
No, just mathematically impossible to predict. 'Lottery tickets are a tax on people who are bad at math.'
Usually you must be 21 or older, and a legal US citizen. Go to a convenience store, and ask the cashier for a lottery ticket. They are usually inexpensive; try to get one once every week and make it a habit.
In Celdon City. Its in the middle of the town. Its also called the Pokemon Game Corner.
The lottery was actually invented in the streets and was classified as "illegal gambling", but then the government saw this as a "cash cow" and created the lottery, scratch off tickets, mega millions, etc..etc.. The lottery was invented in the ghettos of America (mostly new york) and then the govern…ment stole it and made "street numbers" illegal. God created the lottery to be just an fair in the division of land property goods or money! the lottery goes back to the dawn of man! Lot; One's fortune in life, fate. Something that befalls one because of or as if because of determination by lot!Lot or Lut; In the Bible, Abraham's nephew, whose wife was turned into a pillar of salt when she looked back as they fled Sodom.Leviticus 16:10, But the goat chosen by lot as the scapegoat shall be presented alive before the LORD to be used for making atonement by sending it into the desert as a scapegoat.In Greece and Rome a bag full of black rocks with one white rock called choosing stones were used!Look up lot or lottery here at ask.com change the wording of your search here and there and you will find references to lottery that go back 6, 7, 8 thousand years! (MORE)
North of Ohio! It is the only state surrounded by lakes. East of the Missisipi. In the Great Lakes Region of the United States of America. To the North of Michigan it is Canada Michigan consists of two peninsulas, which are not connected to each other by land Try this map, Michigan is the… red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. (MORE)
Tessie Hutchinson is the unfortunate victim of drawing the slip with the black dot in her family. Ironically she is stoned for winning the lottery
land lottery is an early 1900 century system of land to redistribution for Georgia's citizens. answered by: precious shorter
Party like there's no tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There is a "lottery curse'', that people who win big cut their ties, spend it all, and end up worse off than before. So, yes, enjoy your winnings, and the easing of worries about your next paycheck. But: be sure to put some aside in in…vestments, perhaps hiring a financial adviser to help you make those decisions. Your goal should be to only spend the earnings from the money, never spending the principal. Only then you will be set for life the way the lottery advertises. (MORE)
Well there are a few ways to get in the lottery. You can find and play on the official website, or you can find an affiliate website which will redirect you to the official one. Either way you will be able to buy tickets.
I really can't give away anything here but just search this into google. Its helped me a whole lot
The lottery is purely a game of luck. There is no way to predict what lotto numbers will be drawn in the future. Some people will tell you that you should research what numbers have been drawn in the past, and pick the numbers that have not been drawn in a very long time. They think that numbers …that haven't been drawn in awhile have a higher chance of being drawn, because they are "due" to be drawn. An example of this logic would be: "Say there are 30 possible combinations of numbers. If 29 of these combinations have already come up, that means the final one has a very high chance of being the next draw. The more times it doesn't show up, the more likely it will the next time. In other words, pick the numbers that appear least as your lotto numbers. They have the highest chance of appearing. It's like flipping an even coin. If it's heads the first time, it should be tails the second." However, this is completely false . Lotto numbers do not have a greater chance of being drawn if they have not been drawn in awhile. Lotto numbers do not have a smaller chance of being drawn if they have just been drawn recently. This is a fundamental law of statistics. This is because each drawing is separate from and independent of the previous ones . Statistically, every number has an equal chance of being drawn, regardless of how often it has been drawn in the past. To say otherwise is to claim that lotto numbers are magically selected by some supernatural entity. Say you have 10 numbered ping pong balls in a cloth bag. You stick your hand in there and pull out a ball. What are the chances that you will select the number 7 ball? The answer is 1 in 10: there are 10 numbered balls, and 1 number 7 ball, so the odds of picking the number 7 ball are 1 in 10. Now, say you put the number 7 ball back in the bag, you shake the bag up to scramble the balls, and then you stick your hand in again and pull out another ball. What are the chances that you will pick the number 7 ball? Again, the odds are 1 in 10. There are 10 balls, and 1 number 7 ball, so the odds that you will pick the number 7 ball are again 1 in 10. Now, say you put the number 7 ball back in the bag again, you shake the bag up again, and then you pick a ball for the third time. What are the odds it will be the number 7? The odds are 1 in 10, the same as they were the first 2 times. No matter how many times you do this, the odds of picking the number 7 ball will always be 1 in 10. Even if you've picked the number 7 ball 20 times in a row, you will still have a 1 in 10 chance of picking the number 7 the 21st time. Say you have picked a ball from the bag 50 times, but you still have not drawn the number 6 ball. What are the odds you will pick the number 6 ball the 51st time? The odds are 1 in 10. The odds of picking a certain ball are always 1 in 10, regardless of what balls you have drawn in the past. The only way these odds would change would be if you removed some of the balls from the bag, or if you added more balls to the bag. For example, say you pick the number 7 ball, but you do not put it back in the bag afterwards. What are the odds that you will pick the number 7 ball the next time? Zero. The number 7 ball is not in the bag, so it cannot possibly be selected. Or, say you put another number 6 ball in the bag, so now there are 2 number 6 balls. What are your odds of picking the number 6 ball now? The odds are 2 in 11, as there are now 11 balls and 2 of them have the number 6 on them. Otherwise, the odds of picking a certain ball are always going to be 1 in 10, because each drawing is independent of the last ones. Numbers cannot think. Numbers do not know which of them have been drawn in the past. The number 7 ball does not say to itself, "Jeez, I've been pulled out of this bag 20 times in a row. It's time to give someone else a chance. This time, I'll roll myself away to the corner of the bag, so the person won't pick me." For obvious reasons, this does not happen. The numbered balls don't plan to be picked out at the right time. Rather, every time you put your hand in the bag to pick out 1 of the 10 balls, the odds of picking a certain number are 1 in 10. It is the same with flipping coins. Regardless of what some people might tell you, if a coin has come up heads 8 times in a row, it is not "due" to come up tails the next time. Every time you flip the coin, the odds of getting tails are 1 in 2. Again, the coin does not know how often it has come up heads or tails. The coin is just a piece of metal; it doesn't know anything. The previous coin flips have no influence on the outcome of the future coin flips, just like how the previous balls you've picked have no influence on what balls you'll pick in the future. It is the same with lotto numbers. The previous winning lotto numbers have no influence on the future ones. Every number has an equal chance of being picked in every drawing. Numbers that have not been drawn in a long time are not "due" to be drawn soon. The numbers don't know which of them have been drawn in the past. And the people who run the lottos do not remove certain numbers from the drawing because they were just drawn recently. The lotto commission people don't say, "OK, we're going to remove the number 26 from the drawing next month, because it's been drawn so often this month." Each number always has an equal chance of being picked. It would only be different if you were betting on the outcome of two or more drawings, or two or more flips. While the odds of getting heads is 1 in 2 (or 50/50) every time you flip a coin, the odds of getting heads 10 times in a row is not. If you were making a separate bet for each coin flip, your odds of winning would be 1 in 2 (50/50) each time, because each bet is separate and independent from the last bets. But if you made one, single bet that the coin would come up heads 10 times in a row, the odds of winning would not be 1 in 2. Rather, the odds would be 1 in 2 (which can be written in fraction form as 1/2, or in decimal form as 0.5) multiplied 10 times. The odds are 0.5 each time, multiplied 10 times: 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5, which equals 0.0009765625. Rounded up and put into fraction form, that is about 1/1,000,000 or 1 in 1,000,000 (1 in 1 million). You have a 1 in a million chance of getting heads 10 times in a row. However, lotteries do not work this way. Say you're playing Numbers. Numbers is a 3-digit lotto. You pick a number from 000 to 999 (for example, you could pick 000, 001, 224, 647, 826, 998, 999, 777, etc.). Your odds of winning are 1 in 1000 (because there are 1000 possible numbers to choose from). Every time you play, you have a 1 in 1000 chance of winning, because each bet is separate and each drawing is independent of the previous ones. If you go up to the counter and tell the man, "I want to bet on the number 454 for every day this week," you will be placing 7 separate bets and you will receive 7 different tickets. And your odds of winning each day of that week are the same: 1 in 1000. If the number 454 comes up on Wednesday, you win, even if it didn't come up the other 6 days of the week. But say you were able to bet that the number 454 would come up every day of the week. You would actually be placing 1 bet, and you would receive 1 ticket. But your odds of winning are not 1 in 1000. They are 1 in 1000 multiplied 7 times, because the odds of having your number drawn are 1 in 1000 each day, but your number must come up 7 days in a row, in order for you to win. Now, 1 in 1000 in decimal form is 0.001, so your odds of having your number drawn 7 days in a row are 0.001 multiplied 7 times: 0.001 x 0.001 x 0.001 x 0.001 x 0.001 x 0.001 x 0.001, which is 0.000000000000000000001. I would convert that to word form but I have no idea how to do so. However, as I said, lotteries don't work this way. Each bet is separate and each drawing is independent. You buy a separate ticket for each day. You can't buy a ticket where you must win each day of the week to get a prize. So, as I said at the beginning of this answer, there is no secret formula or magic trick to selecting winning lottery numbers. It is purely a game of chance and there is no way to improve your odds of winning. --------- Much faith, much power. For faith is the substance of things not seen, yet! And you have to play to win it. (MORE)
Go to the place you bought the tickets or call the phone number on the back.
Lotteries are a just one from out of many forms of gambling. The primary purpose of lottery is to fund public works in the respective country. Lottery is highly regulated activity. In must countries it is government which runs the lottery. In many countries private players are allowed but they have …to meet stringent government guidelines and has to pay high taxes. It is the public who play lottery by purchasing lottery tickets through different ways. Since winners are selected in random only insignificant number of players win the prizes. Again the winners are subjected to taxes, the percentage of which vary among countries. (MORE)
It depends... Emperor Cheung Leung invented the Chinese lottery. Different people in different civilizations at different times.
annual event held by the National Basketball Association (NBA) in which the teams who had missed the playoffs in the previous season participate in a lottery process to determine the draft order in the NBA Draft
There are couple things in "The Lottery" that could be considered ironic. One would be the fact that villagers are taking part in a lottery which suggests that they are going to win a prize, when in fact they get death. There is also a point in the story where the villagers are discussing one of the… the nearby villages giving up the lottery and one of the characters "Old Man Warner" says "Next thing you know, they'll be wanting to go back to living in caves." This is ironic because Old Man Warner is alluding to cavemen, who would do something barbaric like stone people to death. There is also the fact that Jackson sets up the whole story as if it were a cheerful, everyday event when it is the complete opposite. (MORE)
The presence of lottery games can be traced to all the way back as early as between 205 and 187 B.C. during the Han dynasty, China. Answered by www.lottoace.blogspot.com
The Lottery Rose is about a 7 1/2 year old boy named Georgie Burgees. He lives with an alcoholic mom and gets beaten relentlessly by his moms boyfriend. Georgie is illiterate because his mom doesn't care and his teacher (Ms.Cressman) doesn't care either.. One day, Georgie wins a rosebush from a gro…cery lottery. In the same day, Steve (Georgie's mom's boyfriend) beats him so hard that Steve and Georgie's mom go to jail. Then Georgie and his rosebush go to an all boys school. There, his life starts to unfold. He meets people like Sister Mary Angelia, Molly Harper, Robin and Mr.Collier and now Georgie has an amazing life! (MORE)
it sometimes depends because you can lose alot of money on it but if you win you can win alot of cash. its more on luck. Another answer: In the US, lotteries are run by state governments as a system to raise money. Lotteries always take in more than they pay out. In many states, the profit is… used to fund education; in others, the profit goes into the state's general revenue. Lotteries are a way for states to get additional income without raising taxes. Taxes are unpopular and politicians who advocate raising tax rates are frequently voted out of office. Lotteries are more politically acceptable than taxes because they are voluntary --you don't have to play the lottery. In this respect, lotteries are called "a painless tax". The primary criticisms of lotteries are based on ethical principles. Lotteries encourage people to spend money on a long shot rather than save and invest their money. Since lotteries are designed to pay out less than they take in, the people who play the lottery, on average, always lose . The lottery always offers a negative return on investment. Consequently, lotteries have been called "a tax on people who are bad at math". Other critics point to the fact that lotteries are particularly popular among people in lower income ranges. These are the people who can least afford to lose money on a speculative investment. It is said that lotteries are a tax on the poor: a regressive tax. Lotteries discourage disadvantaged people from saving and investing, with the result that they are never able to lift themselves or their children out of the cycle of poverty, ignorance and dependence. (MORE)
Lottery was created as a means to fund the public works. Even the purpose of lottery today continue to be same as earlier period. Answered by; wwwe.lottoace.blogspot.com
The winning numbers in the Michigan Classic Lotto 47 game were 8, 16, 23, 25, 32, and 35.
Buy the ticket. Scratch it off. Then watch channel 5 (I think) and see if you won!
You hope you win money! People gamble because they want something for nothing. They are willing to lose a small amount of money if they have the chance to gain more.
There is no way to guarantee a win in a game of chance such as alottery. There are many ways to win and increase your chances ofwinning. Syndicate tickets, for example, give you the chance toplay with other players with a shared ticket with numerous lines.Yes, you split the winnings among the ticket… holders, but insteadof each buying a ticket of 5 lines, you can join a ticket with 200lines! If you ask me, a small percentage of winning is better thana big percentage of losing! (MORE)
The lottery has a long history and is believed to originate from China, 200 BC. Chinese emperors introduced lotteries to raise funds for taxes. Besides, it was the money collected by lotteries raised for building the Great Chinese Wall. The ancient Chinese lottery is said to have become the predeces…sor of the game known today as Keno. (MORE)
The climax is when Bill Hutchinson unfolds his piece of paper, revealing a blank piece and then realizing Tessie is the one to be stoned.
The first thing you do if you win the lottery is that you pay taxeson your winnings. The next thing you do is to set aside thedifference between what the lottery commission withheld from yourwinnings and the highest tax bracket at the state and federallevels so that when you file your return at the …end of the yearyou'll have enough to pay the remaining taxes owed. After that, go find a tax attorney and a financial planner to helpyou reduce your taxes as much as possible and to come up with aplan to manage your money. You should also learn to say and mean "No" when people ask you tofund their emergency or invest in their business. (MORE)
Knowledge of numbers that appeared in the past will have no bearing on future numbers. The fact that a certain number appeared several times makes it no more, or less, likely for that combination to appear in the future.\n Knowledge of numbers that appeared in the past will have no bearing on futur…e numbers. The fact that a certain number appeared several times makes it no more, or less, likely for that combination to appear in the future.\n Knowledge of numbers that appeared in the past will have no bearing on future numbers. The fact that a certain number appeared several times makes it no more, or less, likely for that combination to appear in the future.\n Knowledge of numbers that appeared in the past will have no bearing on future numbers. The fact that a certain number appeared several times makes it no more, or less, likely for that combination to appear in the future.\n (MORE)
actualy there are allot of winners of the lotto so it would take years to tell you them all so lol
The history of lottery dates back to Hans dynasty rule in China between 205 and 187 B.C.
just go to the radio station in goldenrod and ask the lady on the desk about it. She will check your numbers and give you a price according to this.
Generally, it is the government which runs the lottery. These days private players are allowed in some countries but they are subjected to government regulations.
No, it is a noun. It may be used with another noun as a nounadjunct rather than an adjective (such as lottery ticket, lotterywinnings).
It depends on who's buying the lottery ticket. If you're 18 or older and you buy the ticket it's fine even if there is a miner with you
There is absolutely no formula to picking the winning numbers in a lottery, it is all by chance or (fate) as some people refer to it. To win in the lottery you need either to have a gigantic load of tickets, or you could be wise and just not gamble like that at all.
To play the lottery you go to your nearest off license store get the lottery paper and choose 6 numbers. Then go to the check out and you are done.
A lottery system is a method used to increase the player's chances of winning. A lottery system is a must if you are trying to win the lottery . To know more you may visit lottoalert (dot) me and see how you can increase your odds of winning the lotto.
As far as I know, No. The gas station I work in we do not allow it, but obviously the new people don't know that and will until someone tells them otherwise.
A Lottery is a draw in which people have many numbers that they had to pay for and only one will be announced and one person will win a certain amount of money. Lottery is just one form out of many forms of gambling. In lottery, tickets are sold to public for a fixed price. And these tickets bear un…ique numbers. If any ticket matches with the winning number drawn, then that particular number is the lottery winner and the holder of that number(ticket) is entitled the lottery prize. In recent times a variant of lottery namely lotto games have gained currency. In this type of game, a player has to select some numbers out of given numbers. If the select numbers match with the drawn numbers, then the player is the winner. The beauty of lotto game unlike paper lottery lies on the fact that even a players matches lesser numbers, still he can win some prizes, though the amount of prize would be less. For example, in a typical pick-6 lotto game, a player has to pick any six numbers of his choice between 1 to 49. If the chose six numbers match with the drawn numbers, the player wins the top prize. In case if the player matches only 5, 4 or 3 numbers, still he can win some lesser prizes, provided that the lottery conducting authority allow this. (MORE)
I want to enter the Instant RePlay at MichiganLottery.com for Wild Card game Michigan Lottery--How do I get them or what are the numbers?
i have detroit tigers scrath off 2 losers how can i enter to if the number dont match sonja st jon
No one, you shouldn't gamble. Simply untrue, there can be lots of potential parties who benefit from the lottery and not just the players, The UK National Lottery gives a huge percentage of the ticket sales to charities each week, in many cases these donations are far greater than assistance from …the government or direct contributions from the public. With the exception of a very small minority, the small risk of Â£1 offers one of the few opportunities many people will ever have to completely change their lives, no matter how small that chance is. (MORE)
Yes it is bad. Why give the money away? When our government needs it more. we need to pay our money back to the country's we already owe.
First of all, you have to buy a ticket, after the draw have taken place you match your picked numbers with the drawn one's. If they all matched (or some of them) you win a lottery.
Are you talking about after death? The winnings would just become an asset of the estate and go to whomever is designated to receive them from the deceased. If it is before death, the money could be a one time non-taxable gift.
The Michigan government lottery is a shceme that is government initiated and seeks to get people to buy tickets to increase the prize fund. The next draw is on the 15th April 2013 and is usually drawn on a Monday.
Michigan has 5 draw games: Daily 3, Daily 4, Fantasy 5, Keno, and Classic Lotto 47. They also have two multistate games in Powerball and MegaMillions.