Monday 22 December 2014

EVEN and ODD NUMBERS

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By the even and the odd (89:3)

As you see, the 3rd verse of the 89th sura in the Quran draws attention to the “even” and “odd” numbers. We mentioned before that the word “vhe” in Arabic is used to emphasize the words that succeeds it when it is used at the beginning of a sentence.(we translated the word “vhe” as “by”)Koroþ Cemniþon was inspired by the verse we mentioned above and examined the suras and verses of the Quran.This examination proves that both the sura numbers and the verse numbers were arranged in good order.

When we want to show the verse numbers and sura numbers, we indicate them in figures, such as the sura Prologue 1:7 (the 1st sura and 7 verses) and the sura Cow 2:286 (the 2nd sura and the 286 verses).On the table below, we add 1 and 7 (the sura number and the number of the verses of the sura Prologue) and we get number “8”.Since the number “8” is an even number, we write it on the place reserved for even numbers. And we add 3 and 200 (the sura number and the number of the verses of the sura the Family of Imran), then we get number “203”.As this number is an odd number we will write it on the place where odd numbers are.We do the same operation for all other suras and verses of the Quran. Please follow it on the table below. We think that this table alone is enough to show that the Quran’s sura rows and verse numbers are protected and the Quran has a miracolous mathematical structure.

Sura
number
Total
of verses
Total Even Odd
1 7 8 8 -
2 286 288 288 -
3 200 203 - 203
4 176 180 180 -
5 120 125 -
125
6 165 171 - 171
……………………………………………………………………………………………….
57 29 86 86 -
……………………………………………………………………………………………….
109 6 115 - 115
110 3 113 - 113
111 5 116 116 -
112 4 116 116 -
113 5 118 118 -
114 6 120 120 -

Total

6555

6234

-

6234

6555

The total number of suras in the Quran is 6555; the total of the odd numbers in the table is also 6555.These two numbers are equal, although independent from each other. Moreover, the total of the number of verses in the Quran is 6234 and the total of the even numbers on the table is 6234.They do not have to be equal but they are. The equality of these numbers is one of the countless proofs that all the sura numbers and the number of the verses of the Quran are arranged heavenly.

We know that the number of the suras in the Quran is 114 (19×6).If we write 19 in the form of 10+9, we have 6×(10+9). From this equation we obtain 60 and this number represents the number of suras whose total verses are even numbers. From this eqation we also obtain 54 which is the number of the suras whose total verses consist of odd numbers.The sura numbers of 30 of these 60 suras are odd numbers and the sura numbers of the other 30 of these 60 suras are even numbers.The sura numbers of 27 of the 54 suras are odd numbers and the sura numbers of 27 of these 54 suras are even numbers.And their frequency may be given as follows: 3×(10+9).Thus,we get 30 and 27.
114=6× 19=6×(10+9)=(6×10)+(6×9)=60+54
57=3× 19=3×(10+9)=(3×10)+(3×9)=30+27

We have four groups.Let us give an example for each group:

1. Suras with odd numbers- the number of verses with odd numbers. Example: the sura Prologue (1st sura, 7 verses)

2. Suras with odd numbers- the number of verses with even numbers. Example: The Family of Imran (3rd sura, 200 verses)

3. Suras with even numbers- the number of verses with odd numbers. Example: The Cattle (6th sura, 165 verses)

4. Suras with even numbers- the number of verses with even numbers. Example: The Women (4th sura, 176 verse)

We can show the table which contain of the 4 groups:

114
SURAS
THE
SURAS WITH EVEN NUMBERED VERSES:60
THE
SURAS WITH ODD NUMBERED VERSES:54
EVEN
NUMBERED SURAS:30
ODD
NUMBERED SURAS:30
EVEN
NUMBERED SURAS:27
ODD
NUMBERED SURAS:27

If you change the place of a single verse in a sura, the system is upset. For instance, if the sura Prologue was consisted of 8 verses,the system would change and if the sura Family of Imran was the 2nd sura (it is the 3rd sura of the Quran) this mathematical system would change again.Only if we added 2 or 4 verses ( even numbers) to a sura or subtracted 2 or 4 verses from a sura, the numbers on the table above would not change. However, if we added any number to both suras whose total verses are even and suras whose total verses are odd, all the data on the table would change.If we changed the places of a sura whose sura number is an even number and a sura whose sura number is an odd number, all the data would change and the system would be upset once again. To insist that the origin of such a table is by a coincidence, may be due to the ignorance of the probability assumptions or a result of pure stubbornness. God draws our attention that He has numerically structured the books (83rd sura, 9th and 20th verses). He also refers to the “even” and “odd” numbers. These tables we examine will help us to percieve the wisdom of God.

We can examine the suras in two groups:1. Homogeneous Suras and 2. Heterogeneous Suras. The homogeneous suras consist of the suras whose sura order number and total verse number both are odd or both are even. The heterogeneous suras consist of the suras whose sura order number is even when the total verse number is odd or vice versa.There are 57 homogeneous and 57 heterogeneous suras.You can understand this better by following the table:

114
SURAS
HOMOGENOUS
SURAS
HETEROGENEOUS
SURAS
57
SURAS
57
SURAS
even sura number
even total verses:
 

30 SURAS

odd sura number
odd total verses:
27 SURAS
even sura number
odd total verses:
30 SURAS
odd sura number

even total verses:
27 SURAS

As the total of the sura numbers and verse numbers are meaningful in relation to their being even and odd, so, the number of the even and the odd suras and the number of the even and odd verses are meaningful as it can be seen in the symetrical tables. We should add that there is more that and this proves the divine design as per even and odd.

We have seen that the total of the sura numbers in the Quran is 6555.This number is also equal to the total of the odd numbers on the table (When we add some of the sura numbers and the numbers of the verses, we get these odd numbers on the table ).The total of the numbers in succession is counted with the help of the following formula as follows: n×(n+1)/2.Thus, we can count the total of the sura numbers in the Quran like this:

114x(114+1)/2=6555

Jordanian researcher Jalghoom thought that there were 60 suras which had verses whose total number was an even number and 54 suras which had verses whose total number was an odd number.And then he divided this formula into two parts and wrote them las follows:
60×(114+1)/2=3450
54×( 194+1)/2=3105
Total=6555

Here, we come across an interesting conclusion:the total of the sura numbers of the suras having verses whose total number is an even number is 3450 and the total of the sura numbers of the suras having verses whose total number is an odd number is 3105.

Let us explain the example we have given above in terms of its conclusion;Let us take the 3rd and 17th suras.The 3rd sura consists of 200 verses, it means that the 3rd sura is a sura having verses whose total number is an even number.The 17th sura consists of 111 verses, it means that the 17th sura is a sura having verses whose total number is an odd number.Let us think that the sura numbers of these suras are exchanged .In that case. If you added the sura numbers of the suras having verses whose total number is an even number, the result would be 3464.If you added the sura numbers of suras having verses whose total number is an odd number, it would give 3091.Thus, the data we have got in that equation would change.

It means that even if you change the order of two suras in the Quran, this mathematical table will have to change. And this shows the sura numbers of the Quran are arranged heavenly and this arrangement will not accept even a single change.

If we divide the Quran into two parts, the first part ends at the 57th sura, which is the sura Iron (Hadid).If we add the sura numbers of the first 57 suras, it gives 1653.If we multiply the sura number of the sura Iron (57) and the number of the verses in Iron sura (29), we have: 57×29=1653 (19×87).Thus, when we examine the Quran by dividing it into two parts, the sura Iron implies that we are going to have interesting mathematical data.

The
total of the numbers of suras in the first half of the Quran
 

(1+2+3+……+55+56+57)

1653(19×87)
Multiplication
result of the last sura’s number (57) in the first half of the Quran
by the number (29) of verses in this sura
1653(19×87)

There are 29 odd numbered and 28 even numbered suras in the first part of the Quran. There are 28 odd numbered and 29 even numbered suras in the second part of the Quran.This is because of a mathematical property, because all numbers following one another shows this charecteristic. However, it is interesting that while there are 29 “heterogeneous” and 28 “homogeneous” suras in the first part of the Quran, there are 28 “heterogeneous” and 29 “homogeneous” suras in the second part.This conclusion is the result of mathematical charecteristics. This is one of the endless miracles of the Quran (Please remember the table about homogeneous and heterogeneous suras).

Please follow the table.

114
SURAS
First
half of the Quran:57
Second
half of the Quran:57
29
odd numbered suras
28
even numbered suras
29 even
numbered suras
28odd
numbered suras
29
homegenous sura
28
heterogenous suras
29heterogenous
suras
28homegenous
sura

Even the examination of the sura numbers and the number of the verses in the Quran as “odd” and ”even” is enough to prove that the row of suras and the number of verses in the Quran are arranged heavenly and the mathematical system protects this structure. We have only one book having mathematical miracles and this book shows endless miracles it is beyond human power and was revealed by The Creator.

One Comment

  1. Seraj says:

    But doesn’t this only work if you delete two verses of the Qur’an?..

    Is this a submitters site?

    Reply

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