well it's really more like a mathematical puzzle... it's kinda similar to the other one ( http://forum.ah.fm/mellow-lounge/12423-logical-puzzle-ii.html ), so good luck

the story is about harry. harry wants to be rich. he's dreaming about winning the lottery. and one day, there's suddenly a bright flash in his room, and a fairy appears.

of course, the fairy grants him a wish, and of course, harry asks her for the lottery numbers. but the fairy replies, "what, all six numbers? no no, i can't do that, that would be six wishes, not only just one!"

however, the fairy still writes a number on a piece of paper, and she's telling harry "if you sum up all six numbers from the next lottery drawing, you will get this number here as result".

harry looks at the number and desperately says "omg, there's gotta be thousands of combinations of six numbers between 1 and 49 that yield this number as sum". so the fairy gives him another hint: "why don't you figure out how many combinations there are exactly to yield this sum? then, if you take this number and multiply it with the number on the paper, you get a very large number of several millions, and this is exactly the same number you will get when multiplying all six lottery numbers from the drawing with each other!"

and poof, the fairy disappears. harry starts calculating. and lo and behold, he gets all six numbers at the next lottery drawing.

which are the six numbers from the drawing?

the story is about harry. harry wants to be rich. he's dreaming about winning the lottery. and one day, there's suddenly a bright flash in his room, and a fairy appears.

of course, the fairy grants him a wish, and of course, harry asks her for the lottery numbers. but the fairy replies, "what, all six numbers? no no, i can't do that, that would be six wishes, not only just one!"

however, the fairy still writes a number on a piece of paper, and she's telling harry "if you sum up all six numbers from the next lottery drawing, you will get this number here as result".

harry looks at the number and desperately says "omg, there's gotta be thousands of combinations of six numbers between 1 and 49 that yield this number as sum". so the fairy gives him another hint: "why don't you figure out how many combinations there are exactly to yield this sum? then, if you take this number and multiply it with the number on the paper, you get a very large number of several millions, and this is exactly the same number you will get when multiplying all six lottery numbers from the drawing with each other!"

and poof, the fairy disappears. harry starts calculating. and lo and behold, he gets all six numbers at the next lottery drawing.

which are the six numbers from the drawing?

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