If we subscribe to the height:side equating to 2:pi, then 5773.5027 as the height coming via sqrt3 would mean a side measure of 9068.9968. It would seem that and only that would be the right one to use upon the plateau.
All other calculations and formulas which differ from these figures would either be incorrect, contrived, or have some other meaning which might make sense but have no correlation to the plateau's constructions being based upon G1.
I don't know much if anything at all these days about the other pyramids as time has taken a bit of a toll on me, so I cannot say whether they have their own correlations about height, angle and side length/s like G1 does...but it would seem the perfection being sought for in what a pyramid should be occurred in G1. G2 and 3 might be perfectly placed for uses in solar and lunar observations from specific locations; and a circle with G1,2 and 3 on its edge is 8nm in circumference; and G1 and 2 align to ancient Heliopolis and most likely a specific temple there being 12nm away.
The odd thing about the pyramid's perimeter just using 9068.9968 x 4 = 36275.987, and x 2 = 72551.974. The difference between a nautical mile and this figure is just 361.4". If I could throw away that 1.4" by using the varying side lengths of the pyramid, then I think I would be quite pleased...or would the varying side lengths add inches to indicate a year?
I guess the more we play with this stuff, the more interesting it gets.