that, with a probability amounting to a certainty, is exactly correct.
their lunar year was 352 days and your answer proves it.
That we employ terms like π, φ, √2, √3 or √5, using decimals and angles is perfectly understandable, because that is way we were trained. It is not the way Ancient Egyptians were trained. They were trained in unit fractions, binary multiplication and division by the Eye of Horace, seked and sadly therein lies the problem. In the Ancient Egyptians world of mathematics based on unit fractions our irrational values simply did not exist. '
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