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every district
garners a selection
depending on jurisdiction

...

(root 2 x 20/9 ) squared
= 9.87654320 987654320 987654320...
~ 9.87654321

...

22/7 = 3.142857 142857 142857...
... pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795
..... (22/7) - pi ... = 0.0012 644892 673496 186802 137595 7764...
(22/7) - 3.1416 = 0.0012 571428 571428...
. (22/7) / 2500 = 0.0012 571428 571428...

22/7 = 44/14 = 88/28 = (60+28)/28 = [(2•2•3•5)(2•2•7)] / (2•2•7)
= (44/(2•7)) = (2•2•11) / (2•7)

22/7 / [ (22/7) - pi ] = 2485.475 538 629 600 862 894 151 302 332 3...
2499 ~= 3.1416 / 0.001257143 = 2498.999 716 022 759 542 868 233 764 973 4...
2500 ~= 22/7 / 0.001257143 = 2499.999 715 909 123 192 145 091 801 694 1...
but: 22/7 / [(22/7)-3.1416] = 2500

hmm, 2500, eh?
i like that =o)
this is a fact of nature
now we may have some clue
as to why 22 and 7 are so favored
next up to figure out is 4 and 11
going first for the most obvious:
7 + 4 = 11 and 11 • 2 = 22
so, to get from 7 to 22
you have to add 4 first
and then multiply by 2
might be interesting to note
what else that path connects
f(x) = 2 (x+4) = 2x + 8
(there are 8 planets in the solar system
n all easily paired off into groups of 2)
f(1) = 10
f(2) = 12
f(3) = 14
f(5) = 18
f(7) = 22
f(11) = 30

also/or... 8 is 2 to the 3rd power
so... doing that to anything now
g(x) = y (x+y2) = xy + y3
< f(x) = g(x) when y = 2 >
this will require a table
or a 2 dimensional matrix
which may turn out to be a group
which would justify all optimism...
but i'll hafta get back to ya on that...
if the monuments have no application for that
maybe they're not meant to function as a textbook
unless i'm off on an obligatory arbitrary wild tangent
- which reminds me:
every buddy break down the prime factorization
sometimes, to understand significant numbers
it sometimes helps to break them down
into their various prime factors:
so 2500 = 50 • 50 = 50 squared
and 50 = 2 • 25 = 2 • 5 squared
so 2500 = (5 • 5 • 2) squared
= (5 • 5 • 2) (5 • 5 • 2)
= (5 • 5 • 5 • 5 • 2 • 2)
= 5^4 • 2^2
= 5^(2^2) • 2^2
i'm sure wherever else 2500 turns up
will offer further clues of relevance...

=o)

it seems (potentially)
more or less as significant
as root 2 or root 3 or root 5
or fundamental, you might say...
because of where those numbers come from
root 2 being the diagonal of a square,
root 5 the diagonal of a double square,
but root 3 is both in the vesica Pisces
and the double equilateral triangle
because they both insist on involving 60 degrees

The sine of 60°, or pi over 3 radians, is root 3 over 2
which means that if you drew a straight line between two points
one at 60° North Latitude, the other at 60 degrees South Latitude
(this is assuming, of course, they both share the same Longitude)
and directly through the Earth, not involving the surface at all
the shortest distance between those two points is
the square root of 3 times the radius of the Earth

Now, if you were to draw a line between two points
at 30° aka pi / 6 radians, respectively,
the sine of 30 degrees or pi/6 radians is 1/2
(yes, 1/3 arc corresponds to 1/2 height, /awe)
so that imaginary tunnel would be
exactly as long as the radius of the Earth
though both Subway Lines would require
extensive insulation against the molten mantle
=o)


..... pi / 20 = 0.157 079 632 679 489 661 923 132 169 163 98...
pi / 20 / 9 = 0.017 453 292 519 943 295 769 236 907 684 89...

9 pi = 28.274 333 882 308 139 146 163 790 449 516...
(jus sayin)

(9 pi) / 20 = pi / (20/9)
pi / (20/9) = 1.413 716 694 115 406 957 308 189 522 475 8...
..... root 2 = 1.414 213 562 373 095 048 801 688 724 209 7...
dif'rence = 0.000 496 868 257 688 091 493 499 201 733 921 78...
so almost half a thousandth, or less than 1 in 2000

it's fairly common / not very surprising
that a planet would have a low integer ratio
between its day and it's year
they tend to find an equilibrium eventually
if left relatively undisturbed for long enough
Mercury is 2:3, despite having highest eccentricity
our moon is 1:1, tidal lock, as is pluto and charon
the path of Venus in our sky the draws a pentagram
a pentagram's points are 72° apart, as 72 times 5 equals 360
(GH reminded us recently via television that 72 • 600 = 43,200
which just happens to be the number of seconds in 12 hours)
coincidentally, Earth's cycle of precession
means our access slowly rotates
about 1 degree every 72 years
thus altering our view of the Stars by that much
completing a full cycle every 26000 years, as we know
and there's, of course, references to precession throughout
=o)

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Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 3067 Sirfiroth 06-Feb-18 03:26
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 480 drew 06-Feb-18 04:18
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 443 Sirfiroth 06-Feb-18 17:37
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 348 drew 06-Feb-18 23:32
Re: Pi or no Pi ???????????????? 406 Dr. Troglodyte 07-Feb-18 14:44
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 323 molder 08-Feb-18 05:09
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 332 Sirfiroth 08-Feb-18 06:43
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 323 DavidK 08-Feb-18 10:48
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 322 molder 08-Feb-18 11:56
linking egyptian Pi to imperial Pi 268 DavidK 08-Feb-18 15:10
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 275 DavidK 08-Feb-18 13:58
cubit of 20.25? 236 DavidK 08-Feb-18 14:12
where does Fibonacci Pi come from? 262 DavidK 08-Feb-18 14:49
Re: cubit of 20.25? 323 Sirfiroth 08-Feb-18 15:08
Re: cubit of 20.25? 285 DavidK 08-Feb-18 15:15
Re: cubit of 20.25? 284 molder 09-Feb-18 03:58
Mod Note > Off-Topic Posts 308 Dr. Troglodyte 09-Feb-18 16:38
Re: cubit of 20.25? 434 Sirfiroth 09-Feb-18 21:02
Oh...what a shame... 316 drew 09-Feb-18 00:33
Re: Oh...what a shame... 313 Sirfiroth 09-Feb-18 04:47
Re: Oh...what a shame... 339 drew 09-Feb-18 06:02
Re: Oh...what a shame... 332 Sirfiroth 09-Feb-18 13:28
Re: Oh...what a shame... 320 DavidK 22-Jun-18 05:58
Re: Oh...what a shame... 262 drew 22-Jun-18 09:54
Re: Oh...what a shame... 326 Sirfiroth 22-Jun-18 13:32
Re: Oh...what a shame... 301 drew 22-Jun-18 22:27
Re: Oh...what a shame... 287 Sirfiroth 23-Jun-18 01:48
Re: well put 263 drew 23-Jun-18 08:08
To put it bluntly! 300 Sirfiroth 23-Jun-18 12:40
Re: well put 287 Manu 23-Jun-18 18:33
Re: extensions of numbers 237 drew 24-Jun-18 00:40
Re: extensions of numbers 295 Sirfiroth 24-Jun-18 04:50
Re: extensions of numbers 238 drew 24-Jun-18 08:36
Re: extensions of numbers 236 Sirfiroth 24-Jun-18 12:22
Re: extensions of numbers 245 drew 24-Jun-18 20:53
Re: extensions of numbers 245 Sirfiroth 25-Jun-18 16:06
Re: extensions of numbers 227 DavidK 25-Jun-18 16:13
Re: extensions of numbers 230 Sirfiroth 25-Jun-18 16:46
the primitive calculator 230 drew 25-Jun-18 23:23
Re: the primitive calculator 276 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 02:24
Re: the primitive calculator 212 drew 26-Jun-18 07:06
Mod Note > Duplicate Post Removed 241 Dr. Troglodyte 26-Jun-18 12:45
Newton's problem solved(the relation between the Roman foot and the Egyptian foot ) 258 rodz111 26-Jun-18 13:55
Re: Newton's problem solved(the relation between the Roman foot and the Egyptian foot ) 191 drew 27-Jun-18 05:18
Re: the primitive calculator 247 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 17:00
Re: the primitive calculator 246 drew 27-Jun-18 00:01
Re: the primitive calculator 234 Sirfiroth 27-Jun-18 00:18
Re: the primitive calculator 215 drew 27-Jun-18 01:56
Re: well put 210 cloister 24-Jun-18 09:43
Re: well put 238 Manu 24-Jun-18 12:59
Re: well put 231 cloister 24-Jun-18 18:14
Re: well put 281 cloister 29-Jun-18 08:48
Re: well put 219 drew 27-Jun-18 05:11
Re: Oh...what a shame... 286 Sirfiroth 22-Jun-18 12:21
Re: Oh...what a shame... 309 molder 23-Jun-18 00:24
Re: Oh...what a shame... 295 DavidK 23-Jun-18 21:06
Re: Oh...what a shame... 246 DavidK 24-Jun-18 07:41
Understanding the differences! 237 Sirfiroth 24-Jun-18 12:50
No pie for jacob 290 DavidK 24-Jun-18 08:54
Re: No pie for jacob 238 Sirfiroth 25-Jun-18 16:44
Re: No pie for jacob 254 DavidK 25-Jun-18 20:21
Re: No pie for jacob 237 Sirfiroth 25-Jun-18 23:19
Re: 5 values for pi in GP here are 3 223 molder 26-Jun-18 00:51
Re: what value for pi? 220 drew 26-Jun-18 14:11
Re: what value for pi? 258 molder 26-Jun-18 21:30
Re: what value for pi? 213 drew 26-Jun-18 23:42
Re: 5 values for pi in GP here are 3 212 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 14:55
Re: 5 values for pi in GP here are 3 259 molder 26-Jun-18 21:18
Re: No pie for jacob 247 DavidK 26-Jun-18 10:34
Re: No pie for jacob 210 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 15:02
Re: No pie for jacob 205 DavidK 26-Jun-18 16:46
Re: No pie for jacob 220 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 17:12
Re: No pie for jacob 230 DavidK 26-Jun-18 18:58
Re: No pie for jacob 255 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 22:59
Re: No pie for jacob 216 DUNE 26-Jun-18 19:52
Re: No pie for jacob 206 DavidK 26-Jun-18 21:18
Re: No pie for jacob 221 Sirfiroth 26-Jun-18 23:10
Hard evidence for base 100 using egyptian maths 231 DavidK 27-Jun-18 05:37
Re: Hard evidence for base 100 using egyptian maths 256 drew 27-Jun-18 06:16
Re: Hard evidence for base 100 using egyptian maths 232 DavidK 27-Jun-18 10:25
Re: Hard evidence for base 100 using egyptian maths 238 drew 27-Jun-18 21:18
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 263 rodz111 25-Jun-18 17:48
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 261 Sirfiroth 25-Jun-18 19:54
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 218 rodz111 26-Jun-18 03:13
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 253 molder 26-Jun-18 03:19
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 240 rodz111 26-Jun-18 03:30
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 234 molder 26-Jun-18 21:52
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 296 rodz111 28-Jun-18 07:44
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 232 drew 28-Jun-18 09:56
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 264 rodz111 28-Jun-18 11:09
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 250 drew 28-Jun-18 17:13
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 266 DavidK 28-Jun-18 20:00
Tripping over museum rods 255 drew 28-Jun-18 23:52
Museum rods 230 drew 29-Jun-18 00:20
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 253 rodz111 29-Jun-18 00:37
You're as much as a complainer as anyone but you're not... 243 drew 29-Jun-18 01:24
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 307 rodz111 30-Jun-18 01:21
You down and dirty so-n-so 254 drew 27-Jun-18 05:29
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 199 Sirfiroth 27-Jun-18 08:17
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 204 drew 27-Jun-18 09:49
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 313 Sirfiroth 27-Jun-18 17:12
The math or the pyramid? 269 drew 27-Jun-18 20:46
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 187 DavidK 17-Jul-18 23:04
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 217 Sirfiroth 17-Jul-18 23:16
Re: You down and dirty so-n-so 207 DavidK 17-Jul-18 23:20
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 302 spaceyhippie 19-Jul-18 10:32
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 234 molder 19-Jul-18 11:21
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 276 Sirfiroth 19-Jul-18 12:05
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 382 spaceyhippie 19-Jul-18 23:57
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 240 DavidK 20-Jul-18 08:20
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 303 spaceyhippie 20-Jul-18 21:58
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 196 DavidK 22-Jul-18 09:41
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 289 spaceyhippie 23-Jul-18 02:15
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 233 DavidK 23-Jul-18 08:09
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 248 Sirfiroth 23-Jul-18 13:49
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 225 DavidK 23-Jul-18 22:23
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 250 Sirfiroth 23-Jul-18 23:52
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 235 DavidK 24-Jul-18 09:11
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 194 Sirfiroth 24-Jul-18 13:11
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 177 DavidK 27-Jul-18 06:13
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 218 Sirfiroth 27-Jul-18 15:45
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 284 spaceyhippie 24-Jul-18 02:44
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 279 DavidK 24-Jul-18 17:10
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 324 spaceyhippie 27-Jul-18 00:51
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 260 spaceyhippie 27-Jul-18 14:36
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 362 spaceyhippie 29-Jul-18 11:01
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 249 DavidK 06-Aug-18 19:15
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 229 DavidK 07-Aug-18 05:16
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 236 spaceyhippie 08-Aug-18 09:20
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 236 DavidK 08-Aug-18 09:39
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 275 spaceyhippie 09-Aug-18 02:32
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 292 DavidK 09-Aug-18 08:00
ROTFLMAO! 195 Sirfiroth 09-Aug-18 13:22
Re: ROTFLMAO! 191 DavidK 09-Aug-18 14:12
Re: ROTFLMAO! 214 Sirfiroth 09-Aug-18 14:28
Re: ROTFLMAO! 184 DavidK 09-Aug-18 14:49
Re: ROTFLMAO! 189 Sirfiroth 09-Aug-18 15:03
Re: ROTFLMAO! 211 DavidK 09-Aug-18 21:39
Re: ROTFLMAO! 221 Sirfiroth 10-Aug-18 02:06
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 236 spaceyhippie 09-Aug-18 20:40
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 297 DavidK 10-Aug-18 07:59
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 304 Steve Clayton 12-Aug-18 18:16
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 96 DavidK 27-Dec-19 23:13
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 87 Sirfiroth 28-Dec-19 03:46
Pi. All Pi. All The Time. 96 thinkitover 28-Dec-19 04:59
Re: Pi. All Pi. All The Time. 75 molder 28-Dec-19 10:35
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 71 DavidK 28-Dec-19 10:20
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 84 Sirfiroth 28-Dec-19 15:13
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 96 Thanos5150 28-Dec-19 16:30
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 86 thinkitover 28-Dec-19 21:49
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 81 Thanos5150 29-Dec-19 04:35
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 84 Sirfiroth 29-Dec-19 02:17
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 74 molder 29-Dec-19 04:14
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 81 Sirfiroth 29-Dec-19 12:51
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 69 molder 29-Dec-19 22:31
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 71 Sirfiroth 30-Dec-19 14:11
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 103 magisterchessmutt 30-Dec-19 15:16
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 70 Sirfiroth 31-Dec-19 03:33
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 103 magisterchessmutt 31-Dec-19 04:33
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 83 Sirfiroth 31-Dec-19 15:04
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 84 spaceyhippie 31-Dec-19 23:37
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 86 Thanos5150 29-Dec-19 04:29
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 80 DavidK 29-Dec-19 09:32
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 84 Sirfiroth 29-Dec-19 14:09
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 71 spaceyhippie 01-Jan-20 23:18
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 93 Sirfiroth 02-Jan-20 01:33
Pi vs Pudding 90 thinkitover 02-Jan-20 21:45
Re: Pi vs Pudding 70 spaceyhippie 03-Jan-20 00:06
Re: Pi vs Pudding 78 seasmith 03-Jan-20 00:24
Re: Pi vs Pudding 75 spaceyhippie 07-Jan-20 23:06
Re: Pi vs Pudding 109 seasmith 08-Jan-20 02:54
Re: Pi vs Pudding 80 Sirfiroth 03-Jan-20 03:36
Re: Pi vs Pudding 76 molder 03-Jan-20 06:56
Re: Pi vs Pudding 82 Sirfiroth 03-Jan-20 18:25
Re: Pi vs Pudding 72 spaceyhippie 04-Jan-20 00:02
LOL, now that was hilarious ! 73 Sirfiroth 04-Jan-20 05:51
Re: LOL, now that was hilarious ! 92 hendrik dirker 04-Jan-20 09:32
Re: LOL, now that was hilarious ! 65 spaceyhippie 04-Jan-20 23:37
Re: LOL, now that was hilarious ! 73 spaceyhippie 04-Jan-20 23:39
Re: Pi vs Pudding 94 molder 04-Jan-20 11:03
Re: Pi vs Pudding 83 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-20 20:11
Re: Pi vs Pudding 67 molder 06-Jan-20 02:55
Re: Pi vs Pudding 96 magisterchessmutt 06-Jan-20 02:58
Re: Pi vs Pudding 68 molder 06-Jan-20 05:26
Re: Pi vs Pudding 74 spaceyhippie 07-Jan-20 01:32
Re: Pi vs Pudding 63 DavidK 07-Jan-20 02:02
Re: Pi vs Pudding 83 thinkitover 06-Jan-20 06:13
Re: Pi vs Pudding 87 Sirfiroth 07-Jan-20 02:18
Re: Pi vs Pudding 64 DavidK 07-Jan-20 14:25
Re: Pi vs Pudding 74 Sirfiroth 07-Jan-20 15:16
Re: Pi vs Pudding 77 DavidK 07-Jan-20 19:03
Re: Pi vs Pudding 64 Sirfiroth 07-Jan-20 20:08
Re: Pi vs Pudding 71 DavidK 07-Jan-20 20:11
Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 93 DavidK 28-Dec-19 11:21
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Re: Pi or no Pi ?????????????? 93 Sirfiroth 28-Dec-19 15:55
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