I've been playing this computer game where it has a side game where you can bet on rabbits in a race. I'm a Math 30 pure student currently so my math skills are not exceptional anyways I've been trying to come up with an equation to figure out this problem.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Alright so what happens is each race 6 rabbits line up to race. There are a series of 15 different colored rabbits, I've been collecting data and have noticed a few patterns howver the data is incomplete.

Any help on this would be great, and if youd like to know the game I'm playing just ask.

My data is in Microsoft Excel format any spaces in between the data means that I was away from the game so I could have missed data.

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# Rabbits in a race math problem

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