> Yes. The first image you posted.
> The form of MK hieratic is beyond my current
> abilities to read (in any way fluently, some
> symbols unrecognisable) . All those squiggles are
> derivatives of hieroglyphs (some are so removed
> from original form I cannot recognise) However I
> am able to make out the hieratic glyph for
> "pyramid". As was the issue presented by M Stower.
> If you do not believe him then seek clarification
> from Creighton, even he can recognise that!
> There is no need for the writer or educator to
> present a 3 D drawing as the problem relates to
> slope in sekeds.
Am I correct in thinking that the mathematical reference (problem) relates to a truncated pyramid (Frustum)?
Which isn't a triangle..?