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DavidK Wrote:
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> The design of the GP base is just this but in
> inches with each side represented by 25 units.
>
> I think this is what my theory is at the GP but it
> is not yet fully formulated because of Jacob's
> diagram's as i need to understand why 9801 and
> 9800 appear in the calculations. Whatever Jacob's
> theory is, it is a definite thumb's up from me.

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Hi DavidK.

362,88(perihelion)*87500=31752000
362,88(perihelion)/1,008=360
360*87500=31500000

[31752000 * 3500(diameter of the moon)] / 2777777,777777778=40007,52000000001(Prime meridian)

40007,52000000001(Prime meridian)/7,56=5292

5292 /0,98=5400

40000 (equator) *1,0125=40320 (equator)
40320 (equator)/ 5333,3333333333/7,56=1
40000( equator)/5333,3333333333/7,5=1

39690 (equator)/0,98=40500 (equator)
39690(equator) / 5292=7,5

40500/ (equator)1,0125=40000 (equator)

(39375*1,008) (equator)/0,98=40500 (equator)

40007,52 (Prime meridian)/ 0,98=40824(equator)

40824(equator)/1,0125=40320(equator)

40320(equator)/1,008=40000(equator)

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367,5(perihelion)/ 0,9722222222222=378

367,5(perihelion)/0,98=375
375*0,9722222222222221=364,5833333333333

(6615 * 6048) / 1000=40007,52(Prime meridian)

[31752000( perihelion) * 0,98] / 88200=352,8
[31500000 ( perihelion) * 0,98]/ 84000=367,5

367,5/0,98=375
375*1,008=378

I do not speak English, that's why I use a google translator. I hope that in time this will be more accurate.Greetings to all of you from Poland.

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