Calculation of Planet X Distance based on Weeks Left and Solar System Points

Here is the expected Px-distances from Earth, dates, and Angles of Planet X with sun from Earth in Mil Miles.

Px2earth Sun-Earth-Px* Days Left Calc Date Distance** Angle degrees 23 30-Apr 468.4 -3.00 Px left of sun 21 02-May 428.9 -2.92 19 04-May 389.4 -2.35 17 06-May 349.8 -1.31 15 08-May 310.3 0.23 Px right of sun 13 10-May 270.8 2.24 12 11-May 251.1 3.43 11 12-May 231.3 4.75 10 13-May 211.6 6.18 9 14-May 191.8 7.73 8 15-May 172.0 9.41 Earth's 7 16-May 152.3 11.20 stopped rotation 6 17-May 132.5 13.12 5 18-May 112.8 15.15 4 19-May 93.0 17.31 3 20-May 73.3 19.59 2 21-May 53.5 23.00 Elliptic pierced 1 22-May 33.8 0 23 May 14.0 Pole Shift -1 24-May 33.8 * Quadratic Spline Inputs used from Zeta Px Coordinates Days Left Degrees (DEC coordinate changes) 23 -3 14 1.17 8 9.40 * The Spline Equations (the quadratic equation finder for 3 points) f(x) = a0 (x-x1)(x-x2) + a1 (x-x0)(x-x2) + a2 (x-x0)(x-x1) f1 = f(x) x=x1, f0 = f(x) x=x0, f2 = f(x) x=x2 a0 = f0 / { (x0-x1)(x0-x2) } a1 = f1 / { (x1-x0)(x1-x2) } a2 = f2 / { (x2-x0)(x2-x1) } y = f(x) = d x, x0, x1, x2 = t = time left in weeks y0,x0 y1,x1 y2, x2 = matching data pairs ** Calculations assume Px speed is constant from Saturn Saturn's orbital paths in 3 months. Total Distance is .889 bil miles X 2 Constant speed is 228.7 miles per second