Let me break it down for you;

From the initial 24 numbers 8 will go to sleep, 8 will hit only once and 8 will hit twice or more, there you are your 24 hits on the 2nd cycle of 37 spins.

From the remaining 16 numbers 6 will go to sleep, 5 will hit only 1 time and 5 will hit 2+ times during the 3rd cycle.

From the remaining 10 numbers 4 will go to sleep, 3 will hit one time and 3 will hit 2 or more times during the 4th cycle.

From the remaining 6 numbers 2 of them will go to sleep, 2 will hit only once and 2 will hit twice or more during the 5th cycle.

From remaining 4 numbers 2 will go to sleep, 1 will hit once and 1 will hit twice or more during the 6th cycle.

It takes 6 x 37 = 222 spins to completely fade a single wave of numbers and yet you may see 1 or even 2 of them continuing up to 6 more cycles.

The only way to make use of such info is by utilizing a progression, so the real question is what kind of progression would better accommodate such persistent statistics!

If you'd asked me I'd prefer a positive progression being applied per number separately instead of the total.

Something to think about.