# Angle Elevation of King's Chamber in Pyramid: Get Answer Here

• Diamond Dave
In summary, the question is asking for the angle elevation of the king's chamber relative to the base of the pyramid, and whether this can be measured from the center of the base to the outer wall and then to the chamber. The conversation also mentions references to the size of a Pharaoh's forearm and how it relates to ancient Egyptian units of measurement. Possible resources for understanding these measurements are provided.
Diamond Dave
I have posted this question in other forums and received nothing for an answer, So it's worth a shot here :-)
What is the angle elevation of the king's chamber in reference to the base of the X,Y,Z center of the pyramid?
Or should I ask the question this way?
Measuring from the center of the pyramid base to the outer wall, and from the outer wall to the Kings chamber
what would the angle be?

Dave

This may help:

and more specifically this:

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jedishrfu said:
This may help:

and more specifically this:

I tried looking at the links and the unit of measurement ... was enough to make my head spin.
The forearm of a Pharaoh = 1Rc, are they saying 7 palms make 1 RC also are they claiming
it takes 4 fingers to make a palm. So I should ask " HOW BIG A BOY IS THIS PHARAOH "

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I tried looking at the links and the unit of measurement ... was enough to make my head spin.
The forearm of a Pharaoh = 1Rc, are they saying 7 palms make 1 RC also are they claiming
it takes 4 fingers to make a palm. So I should ask " HOW BIG A BOY IS THIS PHARAOH "

Diamond Dave said:
I tried looking at the links and the unit of measurement ... was enough to make my head spin.
The forearm of a Pharaoh = 1Rc, are they saying 7 palms make 1 RC also are they claiming
it takes 4 fingers to make a palm. So I should ask " HOW BIG A BOY IS THIS PHARAOH "
Maybe this article will help relate royal cubits to more modern measurements:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_units_of_measurement

## 1. What is the angle elevation of the King's Chamber in the pyramid?

The angle elevation of the King's Chamber in the pyramid is approximately 34 degrees.

## 2. How was the angle elevation of the King's Chamber determined?

The angle elevation was determined through extensive measurements and calculations done by archaeologists and scientists.

## 3. Why is the angle elevation of the King's Chamber important?

The angle elevation is important because it provides insight into the construction and design of the pyramid, as well as its alignment with celestial bodies.

## 4. Has the angle elevation of the King's Chamber changed over time?

No, the angle elevation has remained constant since the pyramid's construction over 4,500 years ago.

## 5. Is there any significance to the angle elevation of the King's Chamber?

Some theories suggest that the angle elevation was chosen based on its alignment with certain stars or constellations, adding to the mystique and symbolism of the pyramid.

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