He lists his mean results for the sarcophagus
Then he has a smoke of something and then goes off and writes up something that seems to suggest the sarcophagus is slightly larger than his mean figures.
So can 90" be fairly used for the maximum length of the coffer.
And on the question of working in inches or cubits from the standpoint of guys who actually had to cut the thing to size.
I can hear the mason swear when he heard they want the coffers length to be 4.346265761 cubits, and then he turns round to his workers and said , F**k that , make it 90 inches
Also , Jim , i think your onto something with your suggestion the lid could have been the same thickness as G2's lid at 9.9"
Will put up a drawing later with that lid on G1's and a 90" length, it's very telling if intended, hey Think can you uncover what im going to show ?