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I am working on a chart to split up shas among the members of my shul.

How many Blatt (double-sided pages) are in each chapter of Shas? If you have a spreadsheet with the pertinent information, that would be great!

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  • related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/18892/…
    – Menachem
    Apr 24 '14 at 17:18
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    How do you deal with partial pages?
    – Double AA
    Apr 24 '14 at 18:30
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  • Welcome to Mi Yodeya! From your tags I assume you're asking about shas Bavli not shas Y'rushalmi (which, anyway, is usually measured in halachos not dapim). Is that right? If so, you may wish to specify it in the question instead of hoping answerers will read the tags.
    – msh210
    Apr 24 '14 at 23:25
  • @rainrunner if you wind up making a new solution please post it here
    – ray
    Apr 25 '14 at 13:39
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you cannot split it by both chapters and daf. it's either one or the other since dafim overlap in chapters. closest thing I know of is this though there is some overlap as before http://hadranalach.com/index.php?action=t_view&id=16#tabs

here is a word doc version http://hadranalach.com/static/shas_lefi_daf.docx

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  • I understood the question to be that the person wants to divvy up Shas for a group and people would sign up for chapters, but want the portions to be equalish (or at least know what they are signing up for). HaIsha Nikneit (Kiddushin Ch 1) and Tefillat HaShachar (Berakhot 4) are each 1 chapter, but they aren't remotely the same thing you are signing up for since one has 40 blatt and one has four. Knowing how many pages helps create even portions, or at least portions of a known size. Jun 1 '20 at 16:33

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