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Hi Geoff


The Eyptian Pi value is actually a value for area as you suggest and I have suggested the same it does not give a circumference value.


The value 9.87654321 is also a value for area and the square root is 3.14269680 so not only a value for a square but also very close to real Pi. Closer than 22/7.


The fact is if 22/7 is multiplied by 9800/9801 then the result is 3.142536476 even closer to real Pi and as a fraction is 2800/891. this reverses the bases being base 7 over base 22.

3.142857143 + 3.142536476 = 6.285393619 / 2 = 3.14269680 and this is the square root of 9.87654321.


This is a fact. Jacob obviously knows that the AE only did the things he suggests but it is not unreasonable to assume this could have been hidden knowledge. Because they did not record pi as such does not mean they were not aware of it, more likely as 2pi. 44/7.


3.125 x 256/81 = 9.87654321 this is a measure of area as is 256/81. This is all I am pointing out, not making the assumption that the AE scribes who published to the population knew Pi or Pi approximate, surely the design of G1 tells us this. I don't want to argue about it because these numbers just are and I agree to never seeing your approach in any book, only seen it recently on this website and pointed it out. Babylonian Pi ( which is not Pi at all, no where near it) comes out of this arrangement for the calculation of area using 8/9 of the diameter. The question to ask is could it be of Babylonian origin? I have no idea.


cheers

dave



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09-Jan-19 20:19 by DavidK.

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Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 184 engbren 09-Jan-19 06:30
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 217 DavidK 09-Jan-19 10:06
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 190 gjb 09-Jan-19 13:32
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 196 Sirfiroth 09-Jan-19 15:04
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 174 DavidK 09-Jan-19 20:02
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 169 Sirfiroth 09-Jan-19 21:06
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 214 engbren 10-Jan-19 02:02
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 188 Sirfiroth 10-Jan-19 04:15
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 224 engbren 10-Jan-19 05:53
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 191 engbren 15-Jan-19 04:50
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 202 Lee McGiffen 10-Jan-19 10:56
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 242 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-19 12:33
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 234 Martin Stower 12-Jan-19 18:23
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 152 Warwick 14-Jan-19 21:04
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 199 DavidK 10-Jan-19 13:57
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 235 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-19 14:16
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 217 DavidK 10-Jan-19 17:10
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 314 Sirfiroth 10-Jan-19 17:58
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 203 engbren 16-Jan-19 10:24
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 211 gjb 18-Jan-19 23:28
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 220 DavidK 19-Jan-19 00:28
Re: Area and the Rhind Papyrus 222 engbren 06-Feb-19 12:56


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