05-28-2019, 02:25 PM

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Square Root 3 -- designated cubits.

The -- 9069 inch -- Khufu Pyramid base length.

Going through some recent notes,

I noticed an equation that belongs in the -- square root 3 cubits -- category.

This equation creates a special convergency of two processes to define a specific base length.

It may be the most important selection after all.

The 9069 inch base length.

Knowing that historic measurements by Petrie and Cole and others,

reveal a variety of base lengths just short of 756 feet,

we can process which base lengths may be most likely as the primary selections made:

Khufu Pyramid base length:

Petrie 9068.8 inch average

Cole 9069.4 inch average

Note: square root 12 = 2 x square root 3 <---

Image 1:

the 9069 inch base length,

is a result of the pyramid height:

280 x cubit 20..618 18 18~ = 5773.09 09 09~ inches = {63504 / 11} inches.

Note:

the 63504 number value creates a spectacular Pi convergence fraction:

1995037 / 635040

9 decimal accuracy.

Equations:

10,000 x Pi -- divided by -- square root 12 = base length in inches <---

base length

9068.996821 inches =

440 x cubit 20.6113 5641~ .... cubit = {250 x Pi} -- / by -- {11 x sqrt. 12}.

cubit also =

{125 x Pi} / {11 x sqrt. 3}.

and:

{cubit 20.618 18 18~ - divided by - cubit 20.625}

times

9072 inches -- {standard Khufu pyramid base length}

base length in inches =

9069.000992 inches =

440 x cubit 20.6113 6589~ ... cubit = {20.618 18 18~ squared -- / by -- 20.625}.

So I have used two of the most important ancient cubits in my standard processes,

to identify the base length and most importantly,

the new side face angle tangent:

550 / 432 <---

Lets compare base lengths and cubits.

The differential in accuracy between the first two lengths and cubits = 0.99999954

which is excellent and exceeds six sigma handily.

It is an even more dramatic convergence to 9069 inches,

if you measure the accuracy between:

9069.000992 inches -- and -- 9069 inches , your accuracy is then: 0.99999989

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These are the two selections from the prior post that were not posted yet.

I will be brief.

It follows the same format and procedure of the last post pyramid images,

which used tangent 30 degrees as the height construct.

The details on the the next two images seen below,

are also in the last post, below the tangent 30 degree information.

In the first image -- look straight to the upper left section,

that states HEIGHT <---

That equation sets the format for the pyramid height and the related cubits.

I somewhat smunched in the cubit data above the HEIGHT data <---

The first pyramid shows the base lengths from that cubit generated height.

The second pyramid,

shows the base lengths from the standard Khufu Pyramid height as shown.

481. 09 09 09~ feet = 5773.09 0909~ inches = {63504 / 11} inches.

Square root 2 designated cubits are next in line.

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Square Root 3 -- designated cubits.

The -- 9069 inch -- Khufu Pyramid base length.

Going through some recent notes,

I noticed an equation that belongs in the -- square root 3 cubits -- category.

This equation creates a special convergency of two processes to define a specific base length.

It may be the most important selection after all.

The 9069 inch base length.

Knowing that historic measurements by Petrie and Cole and others,

reveal a variety of base lengths just short of 756 feet,

we can process which base lengths may be most likely as the primary selections made:

Khufu Pyramid base length:

Petrie 9068.8 inch average

Cole 9069.4 inch average

Note: square root 12 = 2 x square root 3 <---

Image 1:

the 9069 inch base length,

is a result of the pyramid height:

280 x cubit 20..618 18 18~ = 5773.09 09 09~ inches = {63504 / 11} inches.

Note:

the 63504 number value creates a spectacular Pi convergence fraction:

1995037 / 635040

9 decimal accuracy.

Equations:

10,000 x Pi -- divided by -- square root 12 = base length in inches <---

base length

9068.996821 inches =

440 x cubit 20.6113 5641~ .... cubit = {250 x Pi} -- / by -- {11 x sqrt. 12}.

cubit also =

{125 x Pi} / {11 x sqrt. 3}.

and:

{cubit 20.618 18 18~ - divided by - cubit 20.625}

times

9072 inches -- {standard Khufu pyramid base length}

base length in inches =

9069.000992 inches =

440 x cubit 20.6113 6589~ ... cubit = {20.618 18 18~ squared -- / by -- 20.625}.

So I have used two of the most important ancient cubits in my standard processes,

to identify the base length and most importantly,

the new side face angle tangent:

550 / 432 <---

Lets compare base lengths and cubits.

Quote:9068.996821 -- inches -- 20.6113 5641~

9069.000992 -- inches -- 20.6113 6589~

9069.000 ----- inches --- 20.6113 63 63 63~

The differential in accuracy between the first two lengths and cubits = 0.99999954

which is excellent and exceeds six sigma handily.

It is an even more dramatic convergence to 9069 inches,

if you measure the accuracy between:

9069.000992 inches -- and -- 9069 inches , your accuracy is then: 0.99999989

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These are the two selections from the prior post that were not posted yet.

I will be brief.

It follows the same format and procedure of the last post pyramid images,

which used tangent 30 degrees as the height construct.

The details on the the next two images seen below,

are also in the last post, below the tangent 30 degree information.

In the first image -- look straight to the upper left section,

that states HEIGHT <---

That equation sets the format for the pyramid height and the related cubits.

I somewhat smunched in the cubit data above the HEIGHT data <---

The first pyramid shows the base lengths from that cubit generated height.

The second pyramid,

shows the base lengths from the standard Khufu Pyramid height as shown.

481. 09 09 09~ feet = 5773.09 0909~ inches = {63504 / 11} inches.

Square root 2 designated cubits are next in line.

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