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The first arrangement of n/(n-1) to be used is 100/99 to move the cubit to a base 99 unit as the imperial is a base 99 system.

20.61818182 x 99 / 100 = 20.412 and now we are not dealing with an infinitely repeating unit.

20.412 / 12 = 1.701

now n/n-1 becomes 1701 / 1700 and Thom's base 17 system appears.

36288 / 100 x 99 / 1701 x 1700 = 35904 x 2.5 = 89760 Thom's Aubrey circumference.

to finish

89760x 3.5 = 100000 x 3.1416

3.1416 x 2500/2499 = 22/7

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