From those two columns of numbers, chapter and verse numbers, we can extract all this

**1. 57 odd 57 even numbers**

2. sum of all odd = som of all chapters

sum of all even = som of all verses

3. golden ratio between non-repetetive and repetetive numbers wich is 1.618

4. symmtrical organisation of the numbers

5. Chapters and verses together make big numbers wich are divisible with 19Here, we have repetitive

numerical values from the table above

for example, chapters 85 and 99 have

same nummerical value 107, we summerize all repetitive numerical values

Here,

we have non-repetitive numerical values, and we summarize them also

We can clearly

see golden ratio between repetitive and non-repetitive numerical values from

this table

Point 4. Symetric organisation of the book

(Sequence number of Chapter)-(Verses)

=

4 combination:

odd-odd

odd-even

even-even

even

odd

example first chapter Fatiha has sequence number 1 and 7 verses,

then it is in ODD-ODD section

Homogenus are ODD-ODD,

EVEN-EVEN

Non-homogenus are odd-even, even-odd

It is also

constructed simmetrically

Now we divide the book in half,

first part of quran 57 chapters, and second part quran 57 chapters

even

this is also symetrical between homogenus and non-homogenus

Chapters of which the number of verses are greater than sequence number

Chapters of which the number of verses are smaller than sequence number

Sequence Numbers Set and Number of Verse Set

example: Chapter/Surah with sequence nr 3, nr of ayats/verses 3 can be found at seequence nr 108 and 110

The numbers which are divided by two and not divided by three

The numbers which are divided by three and not divided by two

The numbers which are neither divisible by two nor by three

Point number 5

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