Salaam Noon waalqalami,

There are infinity of combinations that produce that same pattern.

e.g. remove/add any 2,4, etc. to infinity verses from ch 2, 4, 9, ...

I know that it is not impossible to

**remove/add** verses in an

**orderly way** so that the pattern will stay as it is.

But the more complicated the pattern, the more difficult to make changes in it, or to happen by coincidence.

We have also to consider that which is presented today as some of the numerical structure of the Qur'an, might be a small part of that what is present in the Qur'an.

Symmetry sum chapters - verses and even-odd is maybe only a part of a more complicated pattern.

Not everyone is an expert in math,

so to make the pattern accessible to almost everone it has to contain a simple pattern

so that it is recognizable for most people and a more complicated one(s ) for more knowledgeable people and experts who challenges the pattern.

note:

*The pattern published by member Eid was discovered by Abdullah Jalghoum.*

Yes recitation, text is mnemonic to aid memory not verse numbers added by scribes as reference and checksum.

Please be considerate and check before posting and please one question at a time.

10:101 should follow end 10 verses marker not 10:100 hence 1+ 110 and not 109.

Berlin, Staatsbibliothek: Wetzstein II 1913 (Ahlwardt 305)

https://corpuscoranicum.de/handschriften/index/sure/10/vers/101?handschrift=163

Berlin, Staatsbibliothek: Wetzstein II 1913 (Ahlwardt 305)

https://corpuscoranicum.de/handschriften/index/sure/10/vers/109/handschrift/163

I know that in this manuscript

** chapter 10 has 110 verses** https://corpuscoranicum.de/handschriften/index/sure/10/vers/1/handschrift/163 ********************

But in this manuscript

** chapter 10 has 109 verses.** https://corpuscoranicum.de/handschriften/index/sure/10/vers/1/handschrift/460 This is written at the beginning of chapter 10:

ٮوٮس ماٮه و تسع اٮٮ younus mi-ata wa tisaa ayat

younus hundred and nine verses.