1732 1/2 cubits is the North-South dimension of what is commonly called the Giza Rectangle.
Hear is the rest of the story, the East-West dimension is:
1 –-1440 Base perimeter of Bent pyramid with 9/11 height ratio a similar to the 9/11 ratio of the Grid.
1/2 –- 720
1/64 ---22 1/2
Adding the results total 1417 1/2 cubits, 1417 1/2 cubits, is equal to the East-West dimension of the Giza Grid.
1732 1/2 + 1732 1/2 + 1417 1/2 + 1417 1/2 = 6300 cubits as the perimeter of the rectangle from the NE corner of G1 to the SW corner of G3. The grid rectangle has an 11:9 ratio, divided into 99 squares all measuring 157 1/2 cubits per side. Giving each square a perimeter of 630 cubits or 1/10 the perimeter of the Giza rectangle.
This simple diagram shows perfect values for square roots and phi, not 'close-tos'.
The answer would be yes if you can express those perfect values in unit fractions? If not, then the answer is no!
My turn to ask a question given the sun rises is the East and and the entrance is on the north side, in your drawing you have the entrance facing east, so I have to ask, just how does your hypothesis work?
And you have no idea how much work I have put in on this very subject over the last 30 years. Like I said, Use or ignore the above information, It really doesn't matter to me. However when you can make irrationals numbers rational you can use your figures and say with confidence this is the way Ancient Egyptians did it. Sorry you are unable to rewrite history's facts to fit your hypothesis, but facts are facts.