Math quiz folks:
Anyone care to pull out their rusty trusty statistics textbook and figure out the odds of this?
One clarification - you are not just calculating the odds of this particular combination - you are calculating the odds that this combination will match up with the day and month that it is drawn.
Assume that the lottery is drawn every day, and that the first number always signifies the day and the last two the month - this should limit your permutations right away.
We'll take the significance of the day itself out of the equation.
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