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**#3 The Type C
pentagon embodies the number 137**

Table 9 of Article 65 shows that the number of yods in the nth-order
m-gon ≡ Y_{n}(m) = 1 + 3m(1+3^{n})/2 and that the number of geometrical
elements ≡ G_{n}(m) = 1 + m(1+3^{n}), where "1" denotes its
centre. The Type C pentagon (n = 3, m = 5) has Y_{3}(5)
= 211 yods and G_{3}(5) = 141 points, lines & triangles. This means that it has
206 yods other than pentagonal corners and 137 geometrical elements outside one side surround
its centre, i.e., two joined Type C pentagons have 138 geometrical elements outside the root
edge in each one. The 206 yods symbolise the 206 bones in the adult human skeleton. As the
next page shows, the division 138 = 1 + 137 manifests in the Tetrahedral Lambda — the
3-dimensional generalisation of the so-called "Plato's Lambda" that formed the basis of
Plato's cosmology.

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