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I am currently attempting to take a set of data I have acquired and trace it back to the initial algorithm that produced it. My problem is my math level is only at the level of differential equations and I do not have any knowledge in advanced statistical analysis. Anyone have any advice on where I can look to find some quality information on the subject or whether or not what I'm trying to do is even possible.

Here is some background information:

Basically, I am playing a video game show that asks a series of multiple choice questions with answers choices A, B, and C. I have not yet recorded a sample of data, but once I do I would like to try to figure out the algorithm that produced the sample and try to use it to predict future answer choices.

Any advice and help would be much appreciated.

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# Finding randomization algorithm

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