The difference is detectable fractionally
If Pi is approximated to 3.1416 instead of 22/7 then the difference divided ibto each version of Pi is
22/7 - 3.1416 = 0.001257143
22/7 / 0.001257143 = 2500
3.1416 / 0.001257143 - 2499
This is exact the first two numbers in an ancient sliding scale?
Pi / 20/9 - root 2 approximation.
The difference between root 9.87654321 and 22/7 is in the ratio of 9800 to 9801.
this is a chance like no chance.
(22/7 x 9800/9801) squared = 9.87654321
Edit 7/8/2018 Spaceyhippie - the above calc does not hold can you spot the error?
take the square root
divide by 20/9
the result is exactly root 2
It seems the ancients knew 22/7 and (22/7 x 9800/9801) and added the two versions of Pi together and divided by 2.
this applies to root 2 as follows
14/10 x 100/99 = 140/99 x 2 x 10/9 = 2800/891 as Pi
(11 x 9) / (7 x 10) = 99/70 x 2 x 10/9 = 22/7 as Pi
(140/99 + 99/70)/2 = root 2 exactly x 2 x 10/9 = 3.142696809 as Pi and squared is exactly 9.87654321.
This version of Pi is not irrational.
3.142696809 x 3 = 9.428090428 x 9.428090428 = 88.8888888r
this is 80 x the groovy unit of infinite oneness.
Jacob (Sirfiroth) began this thread
'We all know if one draws a square, the √2 is an inherent value of the diagonal within the square, similarly if one draws a circle then л is the inherent value within the circle relating the diameter to circumference. Is foreknowledge of either of these factors is necessary for the completion of either task?'
The simple answer to the above question is no, Pi and root 2 are automatically produced and no foreknowledge is required.
It seems to me the question should be
Does the obvious manipulation of root 2 and pi indicate our ancestors explored the geometrical relationships between root 2 and Pi using the sekhed as base 7 divided by base 11?
The answer is then emphatically - yes.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 07-Aug-18 05:14 by DavidK.