'Then what the heck 30,38194444444452, 364,5833333333342 and 4410 mean is anyone's guess.'
based on the system i am working with
364.33333333333333333333 x 360 x 1000 = 131250000
the base unit is 132000000 - 131250000 = 750000
Hang on...you do know I do like the numbers being used, yes?
I am a little stumped how you made 364 1/3 from another number, then 132 million from that number, then offered up 750,000 as the difference between the numbers you have used.
That is a whole lot of inference and adjustment.
For pi, I'll just point to the height and perimeter of Khufu's pyramid as measures and ratios of each other, and point to the angle of the sides as being 51.854deg to combine the two. Yes, I can get how folk would rather use other figures because they need to base their figures upon the very few records still in existence that have basic math problems expressed for initiates into such needs, and a simple way to express an amount when it comes to farming allotments, potential harvest yield and appropriate taxes.
The setting out of the foundations of the pyramid and temples had 3 people involved where one of them didn't know the secrets unless they were given the secrets by a brother who was a high priest...but even that might not occur due to the exclusive position of being a high priest. There would certainly be a hierarchy of knowledge even in those, such as the various temples associated with various gods and their own high priests who knew the very secrets of that god but not the others. Most knowledge would be wide spread but not the 'inner sanctum' stuff of their beliefs and knowledge. Even then there is the representatives of Thoth and Seshat who know things none of the others know...that is the exclusive domain of those two: to know all the secrets of celestial motions which come from a compendium of knowledge having pure math explaining it all...not primary-school math but universe-ity math.
If the circle is broken down to 1,296,000 parts, you can bet someone knew the value of pi to at least that exactness of 1 part in 1.296 million. Historically, those who drew straight lines on the edge of a circumference got their straight lines amounted to how large the circle was...looking out to the horizon from ground level gives a circle of some 3 mile; from a hundred feet up, 13 mile; from a mountain several hundred feet up gives ?
The circle keeps getting larger and better measures can be made between radiations...I could hold in my hands three different versions of radiations expressing: degrees; then minutes; then seconds, all used upon a particular distance upon the landscape where they make sense in being used upon that distance. I wonder...how many rods are there in museums that aren't the same measure or delineation of measure? And what if any three different ones were used together, not side by side upon a single thing to measure but one after the other in measuring different relationships of something that seemingly gets bigger but kind of doesn't?
Even a three sided scale ruler could be used, and those things are everywhere.