17edf

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Division of the just perfect fifth into 17 equal parts (17EDF) is related to 29 edo, but with the 3/2 rather than the 2/1 being just. The octave is about 2.5474 cents compressed and the step size is about 41.2915 cents. Unlike 29edo, it is only consistent up to the 6-integer-limit, with discrepancy for the 7th harmonic.

Lookalikes: 29edo, 46edt

Intervals

Degree Cents Approx. ratiosof the 15-limit
0 1/1
1 41.2915 25/24~33/32~56/55~81/80
2 82.5829 21/20
3 123.8744 16/15, 15/14, 14/13, 13/12
4 165.1659 12/11, 11/10
5 206.45735 9/8
6 248.7488 8/7, 7/6, 15/13
289.0403 13/11
8 330.3318 6/5, 11/9
9 371.6232 5/4, 16/13
10 412.9147 14/11
11 455.2062 9/7, 13/10
12· 495.49765 4/3
13 536.7891 11/8, 15/11
14 578.0806 7/5, 18/13
15 619.3721 10/7, 13/9
16 660.6635 16/11, 22/15
17· 701.955 3/2
18 743.2465 14/9, 20/13
19 784.5379 11/7
20 825.8294 8/5, 13/8
21 867.1209 5/3, 18/11
22· 908.41235 22/13
23 949.7038 7/4, 12/7, 26/15
24 990.9952 16/9
25 1032.32868 11/6, 20/11
26 1073.5782 15/8, 28/15, 13/7, 24/13
27 1114.8697 40/21
28 1156.1612 48/25~64/33~55/28 ~160/81
29 1197.45265 2/1
30 1238.7441 25/12~33/16~112/55~81/40
31 1280.0356 21/10
32 1321.3271 32/15, 15/7, 28/13, 13/6
33 1362.6185 24/11, 11/5
34 1403.91 9/4