Ñ(III,21): 12. In the third tetrad the first jhāna has five factors, that is to say, applied thought, sustained thought, happiness, bliss, and concentration, following suppression of the hindrances.
tato vūpasantavitakkavicāraṃ tivaṅgikaṃ dutiyaṃ,
Ñ: The second has the three factors remaining after the elimination of applied and sustained thought.
tato virattapītikaṃ duvaṅgikaṃ tatiyaṃ,
Ñ: The third has two factors with the fading away of happiness.
tato pahīnasukhaṃ upekkhāvedanāsahitassa samādhino vasena duvaṅgikaṃ catutthaṃ.
Ñ: The fourth, where bliss is abandoned, has two factors with concentration and the equanimous feeling that accompanies it.
Iti imesaṃ catunnaṃ jhānānaṃ aṅgabhūtā cattāro samādhī honti.
Ñ: Thus there are four kinds of concentration according to the factors of these four jhānas.
Evaṃ catujhānaṅgavasena catubbidho.
Ñ: So it is of four kinds according to the factors of the four jhānas.