160edo

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160edo is the equal division of the octave into 160 parts of exact 7.5 cents each. It is closely related to 80edo, but the patent vals differ on the mapping for 7. It is contorted in the 5-limit, tempering out 2048/2025 (diaschisma) and 390625000/387420489 (quartonic comma). Using the patent val, it tempers out 245/243, 6144/6125, and 3176523/3125000 in the 7-limit; 441/440, 2200/2187, 4000/3993, and 6912/6875 in the 11-limit; 196/195, 325/324, 352/351, 832/825, and 3146/3125 in the 13-limit. Using the 160bce val, it tempers out 78732/78125 and 145282683375/137438953472 in the 5-limit; 1029/1024, 2430/2401, and 390625/387072 in the 7-limit; 385/384, 441/440, 2187/2156, and 9375/9317 in the 11-limit; 351/350, 847/845, 1287/1280, 1573/1568, and 1875/1859 in the 13-limit. Using the 160ce val, it tempers out 1638400/1594323 and 2197265625/2147483648 in the 5-limit; 875/864, 2401/2400, and 2097152/2066715 in the 7-limit; 896/891, 3388/3375, 4125/4096, and 12005/11979 in the 11-limit; 275/273, 572/567, 847/845, 1573/1568, and 3185/3168 in the 13-limit.