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Do you think this depth % was a typo?

ElleElle

Shiny_Rock
Says 40.8% depth
If that wasn't a typo I'm assuming this round is a no go?
Thanks!

diamondseeker2006

Super_Ideal_Rock
Premium
It's not correct.

Laila619

Super_Ideal_Rock
Premium
40.8% is most likely the pavilion depth, not the stone's total depth.

ElleElle

Shiny_Rock
Ok thanks didn't think so! I'll ask them what it really is.

kenny

Super_Ideal_Rock
Premium
ElleElle|1463532083|4033000 said:
Says 40.8% depth
If that wasn't a typo I'm assuming this round is a no go?
Thanks!

The measurements are given, 9.04 x 9 x 5.63 mm.
You calculate the depth percentage by dividing the diameter by the depth.
Then multiply that by 100.

The first two numbers of the measurements are the largest and the smallest diameter.

5.63/9 = .626
Then multiply by 100 to get percentage.
.626 x 100 = 62.6%

So yes, that 40.8% is a typo.

ElleElle

Shiny_Rock
Great thanks for the clarification! So would you say this adds up to a nice stone on paper?

diamondseeker2006

Super_Ideal_Rock
Premium
I looked at the light return images and it looks good!

oldminer

Ideal_Rock
Trade
The depth percentage is the depth in mm divided by the AVERAGE diameter of 9.04 +9.00=9.02 times 100 which is 61.7%, a fairly nice, normal depth.

Round depth percentage uses average diameter while fancy shapes use depth divided by the minimum width measurement x 100.

gr8leo87

Shiny_Rock
Laila619 said:
40.8% is most likely the pavilion depth, not the stone's total depth.
40.8 can be Pavillion angle not pav depth. 40.8 Pavillion is most likely a 43% pav depth or around that zip code. Pav depths are reported to the nearest .5 percentage.

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