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How to find the size of the Earth and the dimensions of the Great Pyramid from the number 360.

1. Draw a great big circle 3600 miles in radius and find it's area in miles using the approximate for pi 22/7.

= 40,731,428.57 square miles.

2. Find the side of a square with the same area.

= 6382.117875 miles square.

3. Find the volume of a cube with a side 6382.117875 miles.

= 259,952,778,4 cubic miles

This is the volume of the Earth in cubic miles.

4. Find the radius of the Earth from formula; Volume = 4/3 pi radius cubed.

= 3958.618914 miles

5. Know that the perimeter of the Great Pyramid is 1 1/2 minute of 1 degree and there are 360 degrees in a circle so 1 degree.

= 69.11874294 miles

The base perimeter of the Great Pyramid divided by 60 minutes and halved to reach 1 1/2 minute.

= 3041.22469 imperial feet (926.96525 m)

Each side = 760.3061724 imperial feet (231.74131 m). 9123.674069 inches

Petrie mean for socket perimeter = 9125.9 inches gave south side 9123.9 inches.

I think that is pretty close.

Jim

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360 530 molder 12-Mar-17 05:21
Re: 360 77 magisterchessmutt 12-Mar-17 06:14
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Re: 360 55 molder 13-Mar-17 06:39
Re: 360 47 magisterchessmutt 13-Mar-17 09:09
Re: 360 42 magisterchessmutt 13-Mar-17 11:31
Re: 360 and the modern metre 51 molder 13-Mar-17 12:02
Re: 360 and the modern metre 42 magisterchessmutt 13-Mar-17 23:59
Re: 360 41 magisterchessmutt 14-Mar-17 10:23
Re: 360 the roundist object 47 molder 15-Mar-17 00:18
Re: 360 the roundist object 46 magisterchessmutt 15-Mar-17 00:40
Re: 360 77 magisterchessmutt 12-Mar-17 07:08
Re: 360 36 magisterchessmutt 15-Mar-17 04:14
mathematicians!  73 hendrik dirker 13-Mar-17 15:33
Re: mathematicians!  56 magisterchessmutt 14-Mar-17 01:00
666 60 hendrik dirker 14-Mar-17 12:34
Re: 666^999 59 magisterchessmutt 14-Mar-17 22:39
Re: 666 41 molder 15-Mar-17 03:57
Re: 666 54 magisterchessmutt 15-Mar-17 04:56
Re: 666 44 hendrik dirker 15-Mar-17 14:01
666 ...continued 76 hendrik dirker 15-Mar-17 19:06
my assignment 130 hendrik dirker 18-Mar-17 15:17


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