How To Calculate Planetary Diameters By Reversing Phrasing For Distances

I have included an in depth explanation within the .py/txt files here:
Py File – Updated 01/24/19
Txt File – Updated 01/24/19

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'Orbitals'
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# Orbital D&D

first_syncopation            = input / n / np
first_syncopation_over_time  = first_syncopation / t

subdivide_decimal_half       = (input / n / np / t) / 2 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_decimal_third      = (input / n / np / t) / 3 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_decimal_fourth     = (input / n / np / t) / 4 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_4_13               = subdivide_decimal_third / subdivide_decimal_fourth
= (.333 repeating) / (.25)

orbital_syncopation          = easepoint_sub_ratio / input

orbital_base_4_13            = input / subdivide_4_13
orbital_base_1_4             = input / subdivide_fourth
orbital_base_1_3             = input / subdivide_third

nucleus_ratio                  = 1
# This means that between the sun and the 4th
# Body you have 1 full sphere (ratio)
# We are breaking the syncopation allowance into 4
# 72 / 18 = 4

# Venus falls at 36 (.5) which is halfway between
# The Sun and Mars at 72 (1)

orbital_first_body_distance      = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 24
first_body_diameter              = input / 24 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

orbital_second_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 36
second_body_diameter            = input / 50 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

orbital_third_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 48
third_body_diameter             = input / 48 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

orbital_fourth_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 72
fourth_body_diameter            = input / 100 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

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"                              Off 360 ; 1st Cross Point                         "
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orbital_fifth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 240
fifth_body_diameter             = input / 2.40 / subdivide_fourth * subdivide_4_13

orbital_sixth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 720
sixth_body_diameter             = input / 3.60 / subdivide_fourth * subdivide_4_13

orbital_seventh_body_distance   = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 960
seventh_body_diameter           = input / 9.60 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

orbital_eighth_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 1440
eighth_body_diameter            = input / 14.40 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

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"                              Off 360 ; 2nd Cross Point                         "
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orbital_ninth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 2400
ninth_body_diameter             = input / 240 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

# As you reach the 8/8 point, and as things
# Fill, they push 3rds up and into 1/2 ratios
# So they can satisfy 8/8 in 8/12

# That is why Jupiter is 240          # Saturn  is 360 * 2
# Uranus  is 480 * 2                  # Neptune is 720 * 2

# The second set is 100 times larger than the first set
# And twice as large as its own set
# Because the thirds kept pushing on the
# Easepoints

# Eventually they balance out as 1/2
# And the system starts to decay
# This is what stops growth after puberty

# When pregnancy starts, you add two DNA waves together
# Which have billions of 3/4 ratios inside
# They just keep pushing against eachother until they have enough space
# What we eat keeps them going

#Round required due to binary (.99999999) limitations in circular numbers.
#Working out a fix as binary base 1/2.

#---#

#You can calculate points using either fourths or thirds.
#IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 18
#IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 27
#IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 36
# And so on . . .

In this case I used 3rds.``` 