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DavidK Wrote:
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> 1.111111111 ........1 + 1/9...10/9...9/10 = 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/15
> 1.571428571 .........1 + 1/2 + 1/14...11/7...7/11 = 1/2 + 1/8 + 1/88
> 6.285714286 square..6 + 1/4 + 1/28...6 2/7...7/44 = 1/7 + 1/62 + 1/9548
> 6.984126984 circle. 6 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/7 + 1/126...440/63...63/440 = 1/7 + 1/3080
> 8.888888889 square..8 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/18..80/9....9/80 = 1/9 + 1/720
> 9.87654321 circle...9 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/24 + 1/648...800/81...81/800 = 1/10 + 1/800
>

Yes I know they can, I don't know your intent for this little exercise there but here for the numbers you posted are the Egyptian fraction, fraction and reciprocal in bold followed by the reciprocals Egyptian fractions for the each of the decimal figures which can be any designation can be radii, diameter, circumferences of circles, side lengths or diagonals of squares, or they can be arcs, straight lines or any other designation of the mathematical world. Without proper context the unit fractions are sometimes hard to calculate. The only thing these numbers can't be is irrational.

>
> it can be fractionalised and reversed

Yes I know, and they can be noted in Egyptian Fractions as above?

>
> Your circle becomes the square

>
> cartouche&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=Ox7lqLbN4X
> qIAM%253A%252CMiXhHhl3bIunxM%252C_&usg=__UuhIlcxW8
> DBfPbQqpIPonUO00mc%3D&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwie2f_Rt63aAh
> 529958269935
>
> it is not about what we think, it is what the
> evidence tells us

What denotes evidence?

>
> 0.523809524 = 22/42

The correct value of any fraction is always reduced to its lowest terms, 22/42 becomes is 11/21 which is exactly 1/2 the value for the 1/2 arc to the full chord ratio for a circle circumscribing a hexagon. 22/21 or (22/7) / 3

>
> My evidence ALWAYS belongs to someone else who
> knows much more than i do.
>
> It is about the EVIDENCE not the electronic
> person, who is the collator of the evidence.

100% correct!

>
> 20.6 x 17.6 = 362.56 solar days
>
> 362.56 x 360 x 1000 = 130521600 / 5280 = 24720
>
> 366.666r x 360 x 5280 = 123000000 - 130521600 =
> 1478400 /5280 = 280
>
> ten cubits
10 cubits is 10 cubits = 70 palms, 280 digits no other information required. It is not inches, feet, meters, cm, or mm unless you can prove it. Since mathematical can be manipulated I prefer hard evidence to mathematical sort.

>
> the evidence does not lie, cheat or need VAR
> fortunately - if you watch football.

But sadly there is accidental and deliberate miscalculation and mistranslation of the evidence can and does lie.

>
> Alexander Thom
> Fred Hoyle
> David Furlong
> Bill Wilkinson
> Peter Harris
> Jim Wakefield
> Christopher Knight
> Alan Butler
> Robert Lomas
> Aubrey Burl
> Gerald Hawkins
> John Barnatt
> Nicholas Mann
> Robin Heath
> Anne Macualay
> John Michell
>
> and you Jacob
>
> They can't all be wrong

Sure they can! Including myself.

>
> but they can all be right.

>
>
> the sekhed x 1/6 Pi as 22/7 = 0.6666r but they
> used 44/7 so the result is 1.333r or 4/3.

I think if you actually check the proper ratio between the seked of G1 5 1/2 and the seked of G2 5 1/4 is 22/21
i.e.14/11 x 22/21 = 4/3 or 11/14 / 22/21 = 3/4. Geometrically the arc to chord ration of a circle circumscribing a hexagon. The same 22/21 ratio governs the base G1 to Red Pyramid 440/420 = 22/21 hey there one of your n/n-1 numbers. FYI the seked of G1, G2 interior passageways are all n/n-1 to each other, as are the exterior seked of the 3 major pyramids at Giza.

>
> The 'Roman foot' short is 0.96 imperial feet and
> long is 12.5 inches imperial
>
> 942.8571 / (44/7) = 150
>
> Bill does not know of you or your calculations
> Jacob.
>
> The distance from the centre of Stonehenge to the
> centre of the lesser cursus is 7000 imperial feet
> exactly.
>
> The circle is 44000 imperial feet or 7000 x 44/7.
> the length of the cursus is 440 yards or 1320
> feet.

Sorry but honestly David, I don't really care, because it is irrelevant to my area of research. Which is rediscovering the design aspects governing the pyramids as employed by the Ancient Egyptians.

>
> I am not saying you are wrong jacob, there is
> another alternative.

From my perspective I don't think so David, There is not room for another perspective at Giza other than that of the Ancient Egyptian. But hey, you do your thing, I'll do mine.

Regards,
Jacob

"True knowledge stands on its own merit, true knowledge needs no cheerleaders, only receptors. There is no amount of attitude that will strengthen true knowledge".~Author unknown!

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