1. How many standard deviations from the mean would it be if in a lottery where there are 8 balls in a jar and I only have to guess which 1 ball will come up, that I correctly guess 798 correct guesses after playing 4593 lotteries when I should only have guessed 574.12 correct guesses and how likely are the odds of this happening - extremely unlikely or totally impossible?

2. How many standard deviations from the mean would it be if in a lottery where there are 8 balls in a jar and I only have to guess which 1 ball will come up, that I correctly guess 303 correct guesses after playing 1358 lotteries when I should only have guessed 169.75 correct guesses and how likely are the odds of this happening - extremely unlikely or totally impossible?

3. How many standard deviations from the mean would it be if in a lottery where there are 8 balls in a jar and I only have to guess which 1 ball will come up, that I correctly guess 84 correct guesses after playing 297 lotteries when I should only have guessed 37.12 correct guesses and how likely are the odds of this happening - extremely unlikely or totally impossible?

4. In a 6 out of 37 ball lottery where 1,777 combinations of 6 are sent for 1 draw, how likely is it that a total of 4 different 6 ball combinations out of the 1,777 different 6 ball combinations sent will match 5 out of the 6 balls drawn in that draw - likely, not likely or extremely unlikely?

5. If I throw a ten sided dice (each side numbered 1 to 10) 80 times and the number 7 (just for example. Could be any number from 1 to 10) comes up a total of 15 times instead of 8 times (the expected value), is that still within the standard deviation for 80 trials? If not, how many standard deviations is that?

Thank you very much for your time.

4. In a 6 out of 37 ball lottery where 1,777 combinations of 6 are sent for 1 draw, how likely is it that a total of 4 combinations out of the 1,777 different 6 ball combinations sent will match 5 out of the 6 balls drawn in that draw - likely, not likely or extremely unlikely? 4. In a 6 out of 37 ball lottery where 1,777 combinations of 6 are sent for 1 draw, how likely is it that a total of 4 combinations out of the 1,777 different 6 ball combinations sent will match 5 out of the 6 balls drawn in that draw - likely, not likely or extremely unlikely? 4. In a 6 out of 37 ball lottery where 1,777 combinations of 6 are sent for 1 draw, how likely is it that a total of 4 combinations out of the 1,777 different 6 ball combinations sent will match 5 out of the 6 balls drawn in that draw - likely, not likely or extremely unlikely? cdscf4. In a 6 out of 37 ball lottery where 1,777 combinations of 6 are sent for 1 draw, how likely is it that a total of 4 combinations out of the 1,777 different 6 ball combinations sent will match 5 out of the 6 balls drawn in that draw - likely, not likely or extremely unlikely?