11-11-2017, 01:45 PM

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Thanks EA !

I do my best to try and excrutiatingly explain the processes.

That is not an easy endeavor,

when dealing with the complexities of cubit systems.

Here is the Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid model as designed,

with specific cubits and Pi values.

The proper way to display the pyramid is in the format of the pyramid,

posted a few days ago,

with height:

481.0563751 feet -- which uses Pi cubit 20.61670179 for the height.

Pi cubit 20.61670179 = 6.5625 Pi

The proper venue to display the 4 slope pyramid is in that pyramid,

by subdividing the base lengths,

into ---> half base length specifications ---> as shown in that prior pyramid.

This pyramid below is a simple model to only display -- full base lengths,

and the cubit system equations that define those base lengths,

with a fixed height:

481.09 09 09~ feet

5773.09 09 09~ inches = 63540 / 11 inches

I will try tonight to display a Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid,

with the Pi cubit height:

481.0563751 feet

Then I will produce commentary on the Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid {base lengths},

and on the heights of the Khufu Pyramid.

...

Thanks EA !

I do my best to try and excrutiatingly explain the processes.

That is not an easy endeavor,

when dealing with the complexities of cubit systems.

Here is the Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid model as designed,

with specific cubits and Pi values.

The proper way to display the pyramid is in the format of the pyramid,

posted a few days ago,

with height:

481.0563751 feet -- which uses Pi cubit 20.61670179 for the height.

Pi cubit 20.61670179 = 6.5625 Pi

The proper venue to display the 4 slope pyramid is in that pyramid,

by subdividing the base lengths,

into ---> half base length specifications ---> as shown in that prior pyramid.

This pyramid below is a simple model to only display -- full base lengths,

and the cubit system equations that define those base lengths,

with a fixed height:

481.09 09 09~ feet

5773.09 09 09~ inches = 63540 / 11 inches

I will try tonight to display a Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid,

with the Pi cubit height:

481.0563751 feet

Then I will produce commentary on the Piece of Cake Khufu Pyramid {base lengths},

and on the heights of the Khufu Pyramid.

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