Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tent Western Wall, South-West Corner Board

Each corner board was made out of two regular boards of the same length, height, thickness
and design as the rest of the boards of the tent. These two regular boards were bended into two
hollow semi-cylinders and, when connected together, would form one hollow cylinder that
would become a corner board. Each such hollow cylindrical corner board would be 10 cubits
in height, with outside diameter of 1 cubit, inside diameter of 3/π=0.9549 cubits and thickness
of 0.5-(1.5/π)=0.0225 cubits.

Thus, the tent was made out of 48 parts and 50 boards (46 straight boards and 4 curved boards
that would form two corner boards)

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