182edo

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182edo is the equal division of the octave into 182 parts of 6.5934 cents each. It is inconsistent to the 5-limit and higher limit, with three mappings possible for the 11-limit: <182 288 423 511 630| (patent val), <182 289 423 511 630| (182b), and <182 288 422 511 629| (182ce). Using the patent val, it tempers out the quinbigu comma, 10077696/9765625 and 3486784401/3355443200 in the 5-limit; 126/125, 1728/1715, and 1937102445/1879048192 in the 7-limit; 2187/2156, 2835/2816, 5632/5625, and 14700/14641 in the 11-limit; 364/363, 676/675, 1287/1280, and 1701/1690 in the 13-limit. Using the 182b val, it tempers out the diaschisma, 2048/2025 and |-4 -37 27> in the 5-limit; 245/243, 6144/6125, and 9882516/9765625 in the 7-limit; 3025/3024, 3773/3750, and 4000/3993 in the 11-limit. Using the 182bf val, 196/195, 325/324, 364/363, and 1001/1000 are tempered out in the 13-limit. Using the 182ce val, it tempers out the kleisma, 15625/15552 and the lalagu comma, 43046721/41943040 in the 5-limit; 2430/2401, 33075/32768, and 78125/76832 in the 7-limit; 243/242, 385/384, 2420/2401, and 6250/6237 in the 11-limit; 351/350, 1188/1183, 1287/1280, 1575/1573, and 1625/1617 in the 13-limit. Using the 182f val, 144/143, 847/845, 1001/1000, and 1716/1715 are tempered out in the 13-limit.