This here is my thread wherein I publish findings of mine obtained with methods I reconstructed and an approach I developed myself. Words and labels can't tear down my work. The only way to convince me is to carry out calculations. Pose a problem in clear and simple words, then solve it step by step. Repeating ever the same partitions is not calculating.
RMP 32 on the advanced level revealed what I call the 'magic parallelepiped'. Every division of 2 provides the numbers for such a parallelepiped:
2 divided by A equals B
parallelepiped 2 by A by B
volume 4, diagonal A plus B
RMP 33 on the advanced level asked about the diagonals of the square and cube. RMP 34 on the advanced level returns to the 'magic parallelepiped' and uses the theorem implied in RMP 32 for a practical purpose, calculating a granary.
RMP 34 - an easy way to measure a granary
Let us imagine a granary in the shape of a magic parallelepiped: