Technically, yes, it takes ~ 27 days for the Sun to complete a full rotation. The equatorial portion of Sun rotates the fastest, while the polar regions barely rotate.
Per typical. Just "horn" right in here "Phil". (You'll rationalize the idea of course.) If not perhaps getting what I've meant here even.
(?) "zero" thought for any etiquette more deferential. .. Simple preface in front. Rhetoric before any actual form. Main idea furthering whatever. .. "I'm noting that Chris hasn't gotten around to answering this question [that you 've asked] as yet, ... So if I may, here's my appreciation / impression ..."
Very well, professor. You may respond to the question, additional, that I had intended to ask Chris, given a more simple (If I may.) response in the affirmative more here.
But first, for clarity sake, as as you know certainly, .... where you and I (Being more kind.) try to communicate, more generally certainly leastwise, I .. find myself being (generally) disturbed by and with finding what you've posted, either whether more truncated and slip-shot, or either, more highly involving—with whatever various more tangential additions that you might choose to include where considering whatever theme, e.g., ... this with also more often than not, and your not having either whether been able to understand something very simple that I might have said or asked, with your apparently having pondered it on an much higher level, your answering a question that I having [even] asked. ...
... Let me tell you what I'm seeing here above, in and with what you've provided me as one to the question that I'd posed Chris above, per our exchange. This including .. the different main "confusion" aspects / elements that I'm seeing within it your response above. ... Just to be "extra" clear here. (O.k. ?)
First, the "technically" part, or .. angle. ... In this case and circumstance, i.e. with, and in line with the question that I'd asked (?), .. (And I'm being perfectly sincere here.) ... About as "vague" as possible, an opening to a sentence, more instructive, as I can imagine. ....
And then, continuing, ... Looked at together with what you've said otherwise following, at would appear, that you might just have wanted to begin what you have, with something more like "More or less"; this perhaps with your even having worked to have qualified this idea somewhat further. Whatever. The point being here that rather than helping / having helped .. me to clue-in better to what you might be saying (Mine own qualification here.), "More or less" being much better (for me.) than your (otherwise.) in effect more, having shown me more, obscurity, where regarding the idea of my question, than had been there present in and with its having been posed.
Here, you try it. .....
$ ... Yes, more or less. ..... I]t takes ~ 27 days for the Sun to complete [one] full rotation. The equatorial portion of Sun rotates the fastest, while the polar regions barely rotate.
.. The lesser emphasis on the .. "full"er, single .. "rotation", rather than to have helped me see what you'd, had on you mind (apparently.) and had been trying to covey, to me, had also in fact worked to obscure my reading of what your have; ... if to a much lesser extent than ""Technically", "yes".
Ok, so then further, ... And believe it on not (don't.), ... The rest of what you've written following, .. though informative (to some extent. By degrees more general.), .. and softened (?) "somewhat" (?) by the more initial, if more unto itself more obscuring .."Technically, yes", ....
.. In point of fact only works to scrabble the idea and focus if more secondary, of my question more basic.
.. "Does the sun rotate constantly ..... as viewed from our perspective."
— This with the term "from" as I've used it here, fairly easily being able to be appreciated even, as more "relative to". .... [Yes. / No. ?]
.. This to say nothing (or next to.) where looking at the idea the you haven't "really" worked at all, to clarify, what goes on more "between" the regions more "polar", set against .. the more equatorial "portion", of the sun. ....
So. There "we" have it. (??) ... "My stipulation, as to your followup response." (?) .. to my question more at this point, in light of a more affirmative response to that of mine above more initial. (Actually the second question that I had asked "Chris".)
..... How is the idea of counting the spots, both sides, or full the way around the sun, in fact gone about. ?
This with also and if I may, more directed to "Chris".
"Uhm (?), .. please feel free to chime here also Chris." ..........