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**To**:**Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com****From**:**"D. Webb" <dickwebb@soaringspider.com>****Subject**:**Re: A = 440 Hz OR 432 Hz?****Date**:**Wed, 07 Nov 2012 11:33:16 -0500**

According to my research, (440 - 432) / 440 = .018181818... Since
the repeating digit pairs each add to 9 this indicates that there
have been 2 digits transposed somewhere, as any accountant can tell
you. Now (440 - 432) / 432 equals .0185185185... Since the repeating digit triplets each add to 14, the digits of which add to 5, and since 5 + 5 = 10, which is the base of the numerical system we are using, then each 2 digits that have been transposed cost us a dime. Either way, we have an infinitely repeating decimal, which means that either one should be equally at home in a looping situation. The relative equality of either frequency's adaptability to looping is further enhanced by noting these relationships: - 440 / (440 - 432) = 55, thus enhancing the repetition of 5
- 432 / (440 - 432) = 54, the digits of which add to 9 - enough said!
As for calculations involving the sum of 440 and 432, that I
leave as an exercise for the reader. Happy digitizing. dw |

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