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Langdon shows Sophie the message her grandfather wrote on the Louvre floor. The first line contains ten digits; the account number is comprised of ten digits. Realizing they get only one chance to enter the account number, Sophie carefully considers the numbers. She decides that the numbers, as written, are too random. She rearranges them into the Fibonacci sequence and enters them successfully. In the crate that arrives, they find a wooden box with a hand-carved, five-petal rose inlay.
Vernet is shocked when he sees they have accessed the account. Sophie tells Vernet that they had the account number after all. Vernet takes them to an armored car and places them in the back. Vernet, who is driving, is stopped by Collet. Vernet poses as a rough truck driver and successfully escapes.
This section illustrates how Sophie and Langdon need each other in order to be successful on this quest. Langdon realizes that the account number is the number that Saunière wrote on the floor. Sophie realizes that the numbers must be rearranged.
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