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And . . so how does this figure?
The chapter divisions were imposed later, so they can't be relied upon as units.
According to Wikipedia, the divisions were already there, they were just not give numbers, which required a system, which Langton supplied. (or at least that is the impression I get from the article)
. . . New Testament chapter divisions are being attributed to Archbishop Stephen Langton in the thirteenth century.
The New Testament was divided into topical sections known as kephalaia by the fourth century. Eusebius of Caesarea divided the gospels into parts that he listed in tables or canons. Neither of these systems corresponds with modern chapter divisions. (See fuller discussions below.)