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Figure 6.17 - Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions

Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions - Breadth (Area, Circle) using Holistic or Natural Mathematics


Cube Root of the Volume = SqRt of the Area = Length

area of circle = PI X radius2
(20612/6561) X ((3(23))/2)2

Figures are RELATIVE PARTS

5153 = Prime
6561 = 38
20612 = 22 X 5153

circumference of circle 22 X 5153 = 20612
circumference of circle PI X 6561 = 20612
circumference of circle (20612/6561) X 6561 = 20612
(NOTE: Great Pyramid angle is 51°53')

radius of circle = (24 X 5 X 41)+1 = 3281
(cannot factor a Prime Number (6561))

diameter of circle 38 = 6561
diameter of circle (3(23)) = 6561
(3 times 2 cubed)
Does this mean the smallest volume possible is composed of (equivalent to) 3 cubes?

area of circle = PI X radius2
(20612/6561) X ((3(23))/2)2

Sphere Volume (((PI) X (diameter)3)/3)/2
(factored: N = 2 X 315 X 5153); (value confirmed by Converter stack)
2 X 315 X 5153 = 147,879,835,542

Cube Volume 65613 = 282,429,536,481
(38)3 = 282,429,536,481
324 = 282,429,536,481

NOTE: 6561:5153 = Major Third
6561:20612 = Minor Third 3rd octave?


Figure 6.17 - Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions - Breadth (Area, Circle)


See Also

Figure 6.19 - Sphere to Cube - Relations and Proportions
Figure 12.09 - Dimensions and Relationships
Magnitude
Part 06 - Formation of Cubes
Quadrature of the Circle
Table 12.02 - Length Area and Volume Math
The Universal One, page 159
6.14 - Sphere and Cube
6.15 - A Clockwork Universe


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