What is the most common 3-digit number in the Michigan lottery?

Answer

According to the U.S. Lotteries website, the combinations of three-digit numbers in the Michigan Daily 3 lottery that have occurred more frequently than other combinations are 047, 392 and 980. These numbers have been drawn most frequently out of 15,844 total draws.

As of April 2014, there have been a total of 15,844 draws of the Michigan Daily 3 lottery. The numbers 047, 392 and 980 have been drawn 27 times each. Each possible three-digit number combination in the lottery has been drawn somewhere between five and 27 total times during the lifetime of the Michigan Daily 3. Most number combinations have been drawn between 15 and 17 times in total.

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