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I am going to design and make a national lottery predictor that with a push of a button will randomly select six numbers and a bonus number for a winning lottery ticket.

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DESIGN BRIEF PROBLEM: The national lottery has been around for years now and some people never know which numbers to pick for their winning ticket. I am going to design and make a national lottery predictor that with a push of a button will randomly select six numbers and a bonus number for a winning lottery ticket. ...read more.

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I want the product to used by the ages sixteen and above because you cant play the lottery until you are sixteen. The buttons have to be soft and easy to press for the elderly. I am going to conduct a questionnaire to see what shape, colour and size the lottery predictor should be. INTRODUCTION I intend to make a lottery predictor. I will make it colourful and easy to handle. ...read more.

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SPECIFICATION The lottery predictor will have 14 led's, four green and ten red. The lights will be on a random flash, which will be quick. The buttons and switches will be comfortable and easy to push. The underside of the product will be clear and the face of the case will have a design on it. The edges will be rounded for safety. The products face will be mad e out of laminated plastic, which will be yellow. ...read more.

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