02-14-2018, 06:23 PM

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Khafre Pyramid,

prelude to the full cubit 20.625 determined pyramid height analysis.

This cubit system angle tangent test compares ---> two heights:

274 x cubit 20.625 = 5651.25 inches

274 x pi cubit 20.62648062~ = 5651.65569 inches

with:

the base length fixed by the -- square root two cubit 20.61923374~ inches,

411 x 20.61923374~ = 8474.505067 inches.

This square root two cubit is defined in the image.

There are two square root two cubits,

the other one works like this,

just like the other cubits, as defined in earlier posts:

sqrt 2 cubits

20.61923374~ x 20.62394778~ = 425.25

pi cubits

20.61670179~ x 20.62648062~ = 425.25

royal cubits

20.618 18 18~ x 20.625 = 425.25

In the below image,

the primary angle tangent,

diplayed for each height,

is extrapolated into the ancient geometry code infrastructures.

NOTE:

56 x 20.625 = 1155 --- from way back in this thread. {the 56 Aubrey Poles}

This basic math function above creates my ---> Grand Unification Tropical Earth Year:

a value that integrates into the math geometries of--- square root 2 --- and --- square root 5,

and ---> cubit 20.625 <---

Khufu Pyramid cubit 20.625 height ---> 280 x 20.625 = 1155 = 365.2430698 x {sqrt 250}

Here is the short cut:

56 x 20.625 = 1155

231 x 5 = 1155

231 x {sqrt 5 / sqrt 2} = 365.2430698~ ... --- exact at --- 365.243069749 4478128

follow the steps:

1155---> squared = 1334025

divide by TEN = 133402.5 ---> take square root = 365.2430698~

With the above equation,

Khafre Pyramid Earth year pyramid angle tangents can be assigned!

{-- depending on how you use your calculator -- with fractions or ten placement decimals,

this will account for some tenth placement decimals to be off by one unit in printed calculations--}

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Khafre Pyramid,

prelude to the full cubit 20.625 determined pyramid height analysis.

This cubit system angle tangent test compares ---> two heights:

274 x cubit 20.625 = 5651.25 inches

274 x pi cubit 20.62648062~ = 5651.65569 inches

with:

the base length fixed by the -- square root two cubit 20.61923374~ inches,

411 x 20.61923374~ = 8474.505067 inches.

This square root two cubit is defined in the image.

There are two square root two cubits,

the other one works like this,

just like the other cubits, as defined in earlier posts:

sqrt 2 cubits

20.61923374~ x 20.62394778~ = 425.25

pi cubits

20.61670179~ x 20.62648062~ = 425.25

royal cubits

20.618 18 18~ x 20.625 = 425.25

In the below image,

the primary angle tangent,

diplayed for each height,

is extrapolated into the ancient geometry code infrastructures.

NOTE:

56 x 20.625 = 1155 --- from way back in this thread. {the 56 Aubrey Poles}

This basic math function above creates my ---> Grand Unification Tropical Earth Year:

a value that integrates into the math geometries of--- square root 2 --- and --- square root 5,

and ---> cubit 20.625 <---

Khufu Pyramid cubit 20.625 height ---> 280 x 20.625 = 1155 = 365.2430698 x {sqrt 250}

Here is the short cut:

56 x 20.625 = 1155

231 x 5 = 1155

231 x {sqrt 5 / sqrt 2} = 365.2430698~ ... --- exact at --- 365.243069749 4478128

follow the steps:

1155---> squared = 1334025

divide by TEN = 133402.5 ---> take square root = 365.2430698~

With the above equation,

Khafre Pyramid Earth year pyramid angle tangents can be assigned!

Quote:Khafre Pyramid Earth Year Angle Tangents

now look again:

1155---> squared = 1334025 <----> set as an angle tangent

arctangent 1.334025 = 53.14436427 degrees

Now you can adjust the remaining primary Earth years,

to angle tangents for the Khafre Pyramid,

ALL within the Petrie angle spread.

Just reverse the earlier equations --- with the Earth sidereal and tropical years:

365.25636 squared ---> divided by 100,000 = 1.334122085 {angle tangent} -- 53.14636537 deg.

365.2422 squared ---> divided by 100,000 = 1.334018647 {angle tangent} -- 53.14423331 deg.

{-- depending on how you use your calculator -- with fractions or ten placement decimals,

this will account for some tenth placement decimals to be off by one unit in printed calculations--}

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