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Appendix III. The Corner Boards

The Tabernacle of Israel, by George de Charms, 1969

Dr. E. E. Iungerich's solution (Journal of Education, Vol. 15, p. 143.) It is a simple problem in mathematics: Let x and y be the two parts into which the board is to be cut. Then:

x + y = 11/2 or 9/6 cubits

x = 9/6 - y

Since the board is 1/6 cubit in thickness, then, if the two legs are to be of equal length when placed together x = y - 1/6 . Substituting, we have

y  1/6 = 9/6 y

2y=5/6

x = 4/6 or 2/3

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Rebirth, Reincarnation
Correspondency
The Holy Center
Salvation in the Gospels
Psychology of Marriage
Precious Stones
The Human Mind
The Moral Life
Saul, David & Solomon
Bible Lost & Found
The Human Soul
Genesis and Exodus
City of God
Swedenborg Cosmology
Ultimate Reality
The Pattern of Time
Means of Salvation
AIM
NC: Sex and Marriage
Book with Seven Seals
My Lord and My God
Philosopher, Metaphysician
Inspiration of Genesis
Words In Swedenborg
Book Expo
Missionary Talks
Tabernacle of Israel
Canaan
A Brief View of the Heavenly Doctrines
Ancient Mythology
Odhner: Creation
Ten Commandments
Christ and The Trinity
Discrete Degrees
Body Correspondences
Language of Parable
The Ten Blessings
Creation in Genesis
The Third Source
Noble's "Appeal"
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