## Ticket Index Range

Ticket index is a number which uniquely identifies the ticket in the set of all possible number combinations. For example in 6/49 lottery, the ticket index 1 is equal to number combination 1-2-3-4-5-6, ticket index 2 equals to number combination 1-2-3-4-5-7, ticket index 3 is number combination 1-2-3-4-5-8 etc. Ticket numbers 44-45-46-47-48-49 have ticket index of 13,983,816.

Ticket Index Range statistics divide the whole interval of all possible ticket index values into several ranges. Each row in the analyzer table represents one ticket index range. The summary statistics then show how many analyzed tickets fall into each ticket index range.

• 100k - The list of all possible ticket index values is divided into several chunks. Each chunk has 100,000 indexes. The first range includes ticket indexes from 1 to 100,000, the second range are indexes from 100,001 to 200,000, the next range are indexes from 200,001 to 300,000 etc. The count of table rows depends on how many combinations can be created for the given lottery.
•  - the whole range of ticket indexes is divided into ten equally sized parts. The first column in the table shows the range number and the second number in square brackets shows the ending ticket index within the given range.
•  - the whole range of ticket indexes is divided into twenty equally sized parts. The first column in the table shows the range number and the second number in square brackets shows the ending ticket index within the given range.
•  - the whole range of ticket indexes is divided into fifty equally sized parts. The first column in the table shows the range number and the second number in square brackets shows the ending ticket index within the given range.
•  - the whole range of ticket indexes is divided into one hundred equally sized parts. The first column in the table shows the range number and the second number in square brackets shows the ending ticket index within the given range.
•  - the whole range of ticket indexes is divided into one thousand equally sized parts. The first column in the table shows the range number and the second number in square brackets shows the ending ticket index within the given range.