> From the wiki link you posted:
> The final six problems are related to the slopes
> of pyramids. A seked problem is reported by :
> If a pyramid is 250 cubits high and the side of
> its base 360 cubits long, what is its seked?"
> The solution to the problem is given as the ratio
> of half the side of the base of the pyramid to its
> height, or the run-to-rise ratio of its face. In
> other words, the quantity found for the seked is
> the cotangent of the angle to the base of the
> pyramid and its face.
> I believe Martin might have been incorrect to
> speak of volume (although many problems deal with
> volumes) .The answer to your later question the
> problems or some of them are found 57 58 59. They
> talk about pyramids specifically and although may
> not refer to the actual dimensions of any
> particular real one , the dimensions in cubits are
> Hope that helps?
Yes I read that on Wiki.
Are there any original drawings pertaining to the above mentioned 'last six' (pyramid) problems.
The first drawings relate only to straightforward triangle problems. Which makes sense.