Good afternoon, Meepledrone!After reading your before post, I have a doubt... You wrote"Does 24 / 5040 ring a bell? I think so (See the quadruplas table attached.) Well, it is not rocket science: the probability of drawing any quadrupla is equal to the number of COMBINATIONS for the quadrupla divided by the total of possible quadruplas."As far as I know, probability calculations are based on " possible cases divided by the total amount of cases ".So for 4444 quadrupla, it's 24 combinations and also 24 possible cases... But in another different case of" not coincidence ", for example 1223, your 3221, there are 6 COMBINATIONS at your table, but I think that its probability of extraction is" 72/5040 ", and not" 6/5040 “, Am I right?.I can see also that the addition of all of quadruplas COMBINATION data at your table, column, can't do 5040, so I suppose that you really referred to Total [possible] cases of every single quaterna, etc. in your table.

I discovered finally a mistake in my "Weights" column, next to your table :I should be written "x4" at 433 triplet weight. I don't know now if there are more mistakes. I obtained my "weights" values as the inverse of the (my right calculation?) probability, "possible cases divided by total cases", (this is, its inverse), knowing that the "unitary weight" should be the single Pearl extraction case, this is a "x1", and continuing proportionatelly with the other all cases. Is this right?. (I wanted to meliorate the rarity of the extractions).Attentively, waiting your response.

Hi people! This is a first approximation to my results. It's about trees branches and its weights at my future variant. It's a "dual" file... Sorry. There are pearls 4, emeralds 3, rubíes (in Spanish, red gems, and a diamond!. Thanks Meepledrone, I'm a little busy... I will read your previous post more slowly, I think that I matched with your post, without being read. Luckily!. Cheers!. JEWELS VALIDATIONS AND ITS WEIGHTS.

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