Neither I nor those referred to it have been able to locate the Base 10 formula posted on this forum , so here it is again in brief:

9^2 (10) (DD) = area; where 9 is the culminating figure to the Base 10 number system; (10) as representative of the system in totality (assumedly recognized by Pythagoras as the cipher - it in turn representing the closed continuum of a circular plane). In this regard it is considered that Pythagoras may well have summed up the entire thing in his giving of the perfect ratios as 0:1:1:2:3:4. As we know, Pythagoras was a student of Babylonian teachings, and from which source the Base 10 number system is assumed to have derived. (DD) is the minimum distance possible between each angular degree on a circumference - and as may well have been considered by Pythagoras simply as pi/40.

"All things number and harmony." - Pythagoras

# Base 10 Formula

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Robust
, May 08 2005 04:25 PM

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