"Since cubits and handbreadths are measured against a person's body, and since bodies vary, actual measurements (as opposed to "standardized" measurements) will vary from person to person. Your desk might be thirty inches tall, just like mine, but you might have bigger hands, so you might get a body-measure of only ten handbreadths. This variation is normal. Since we have no idea what Hiram's body measurements were, we'll have to approximate by using the standardized values for cubits and handbreadths."<quoted text>Yes, this is an *approximation*. Even *if* you can just/7.
And yet it does come to 3.14 as Pi when using the outside and inside measurements. Leaving the thickness of the bowl as a real would item strong enough to support the water inside the bowl. If your going to claim the Bible is a myth you should not use an example that does show that the Bible does indeed call Pi 3.14
Remember when working this issues it is not a math quiz it instructions on building a 3D item that is to be used. So there should be a thickness to the walls to hold water. Math quizzes are in 2D.