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1. The forty breads of the Todah were altogether twenty Isaron: ten Isaron for the breads of Chametz and ten Isaron for the breads of Matzah.
2. In the measurements of Yerushalayim, the forty breads of the Todah were altogether thirty Kav: fifteen Kav for the breads of Chametz and fifteen Kav for the breads of Matzah.
3. The measurements or weight of coins may not be increased by more than a sixth. One may not profit more than a sixth.
4. All of the breads of the Todah must be together in the same utensils when one of each type of bread is given to the Kohen.
5. The Kohen may not take two breads from one type of breads of the Todah and take none from another type.
6. The flesh of a Korban may not be cut up before the Eimurim are separated.
7. There is a doubt about whether a non-Kohen who eats from the Terumas Lachmei Todah b'Mezid is Chayav Misah, and whether he is Chayav Chomesh if he eats from it b'Shogeg.
8. There is also a doubt about whether Terumas Lachmei Todah becomes Batel if it is mixed with less than 100 parts Chulin.
A BIT MORE
1. There were ten breads of Chametz and thirty breads of Matzah. There were three types of Matzah: Chalos, Rekikin and Revuchah, and there were ten breads of each type. Each bread of Chametz was one Isaron, and each bread of Matzah was a third of an Isaron.
2. Each bread of Chametz was one and a half Kav, while each bread of Matzah was a half Kav.
3. The measurements may not be increased by more than a sixth of the total after the sixth has been added, which is a fifth of the original measurement.
4. The Kohen is given one bread out of ten from each of the four types of Chalos, for a total of four breads out of forty.
5. The Kohen must be given a whole bread from the Todah, and not a portion of a bread.
6. The Eimurim must be attached at the time that it is separated.
7. Since the Torah compares Terumas Lachmei Todah to Terumas Ma'aser, perhaps it has the same status as Terumas Ma'aser and the non-Kohen who eats from it is Chayav Misah or Chayav Chomesh.
8. Perhaps it has the same status as Terumas Ma'aser, and it is not nullified in less than one in a hundred.
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