1.333r x 1.333r is 1.777r so Egyptian Pi is 1.777r squared and Jacob is counting time in squares.
What is 1.777r?
a repeating single number infinite that will translate using 100/99 as has already been explained.
1.777r / 100 x 99 = 1.76 or 0.44 a scaled side of the GP x 4.This is the imperial system.
x 100 = 44 /3 = 14.666r and this is the eclipse unit.
It is what the whole of my last book is about.
4.666r x 22/7 = 14.666r
Sometimes the evidence is so simple it is ignored
The imperial mile in feet is 5280 / 360 = 14.666r
In Yards 1760 / 12 = 14.666r
63360 / 4320 = 14.6666r
5280 x 7 = 36960 / 2520 = 14.666r
14.666r - 4.666r = 10
Ancient maths when converted to fractions.
4 and 2/3 x 22/7 = 14 and 2/3.
Jim Wakefield has calculated the height of the GP as 146.666r metres theoretically because there is no other way to do it. Not so for the sides.
Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 27-Jan-18 13:06 by DavidK.
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