__Looking at Pg.16, Fig. 9
__At A we see the Earth with __40075 Km __Circumferential distance and at B
converted to__ 86400 Chkm__ (L= l Length). At C we see half of A’s
Circumferential distance i.e. __20037.5 km__ at D we see half of the distance
at B and __20037.5 km __converted into __43200 Chkm__ __(E= 1
Extent).__ At E we see the distance of 43200 Chkm converted into a elliptical
shape. At F this is shown as a regular circle having __43200 Chkm __= 1E. At
G, F is repeated and __divided into 12 parts, (this depicts half the Earth’s
Circumfrential distance i.e.43200Chkm = E)__. At __G’__ we see the
magnification of one of the 12 divisions (between 12 and 1) which also gives us
__3600 Chkm = 1 Basic (B) __ divided __further into 5 parts each__ of
720 Chkm and which is __further divided into 12 divisions__, such that when
we __multiply these 12 divisions by 5 divisions we get 60 divisions each__ =
1__ Range ( R )__ and __finally 1/12 of 720 which is 60__,
which in turn gives us __60 Portions each = 1 Portion ( P )__ so that
__when we multiply 60 P by 60R we get 3600 Chkm__. At H we have
constructed a Distance Piece of 60 Chmm (__not to Scale__) circumference
having similar divisions as shown in figure G.

**43200 Chkilometers** x 1000
= 43,200,000 Chmeters

scaling down by 1000

__ __

__43,200,000__
= 43,200 Chmeter

1000

43,200 Chmeters x 1000 = 43,200,000 Chmillimeters

scaling down by 1000

__ __

__43,200,000__
= 43,200 Ch
millimeters

1000

__\43,200 Ch Kilometers__
scaled down by _ 1__ _{x} __1___
_{ =} ___1____

__= 43,200 Ch
millimeters__
1,000
1,000
1,000,000

43,200 Chmm ¸ 12 = 3,600 Chmm 3,600 Chmm ¸ 60 = 60 Chmm

We have now a dial of 60Chmm circumference divided into 12 parts, further divided into 5 parts see Page 16 figure G - G’. [See also Page 14, Fig.7]

__Note:__ Symbols used in this book -

**D=Dial
F=Face
D _{F} =Dial Face**

**D _{F} B=Dial face
Basic D_{F}
R=Dial face Range D_{F} P=Dial face Portion**

**D _{F} E =Dial face Extent**

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