The sum of the integers in the Quran -without repetition- is 162146 (19x8534).


It is noteworthy that some numbers are said indirectly in the Qur'an. These usages are a separate sign that the sum of integers - without repetition - is set to a multiple of 19.

For example, in the verse 29:14, the number "950" is explained with the numbers "1000" and "50".

29:14  We sent Noah to his people, and he stayed with them one thousand years, less fifty. Subsequently, they incurred the flood because of their transgressions.

Another example is seen in 18:25. Instead of "309"; the numbers "300" and "9" are used separately. In fact, these numbers are referred to in verse 18:9.

18:9  Why else do you think we are telling you about the people of the cave, and the numbers connected with them? They are among our wondrous signs.

18:25 They stayed in their cave three hundred years, increased by nine.

As can be seen, the numbers "950" and "309" are said as "1000-50 ″ and" 300 + 9 ″ (with the numbers already used in the Quran); It is ensured that the numbers "950" and "309" are not added to the unrepeatable sum of integers. Thus, the number 162146 (19x8534), which is the unrepeatable sum of integers, is not broken.