What are the implications of the words "Tachtav mi'Banav"?
Rashi: This implies that, if the Kohen Gadol has a son qualified to fill his father's place, he should be chosen to succeed his father as Kohen Gadol.
What are the implications of the words "ha'Kohen Tachtav mi'Banav"?
Rashi: 1. Rashi: It means 'The one who serves instead of him ... '. 1
Rashbam, Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan: 'The Kohen who replaces him from his sons ... '. 2
Because the word "ha'Kohen" is (not a noun, but) a verb, which explains why the Neginah underneath the word is a 'T'vir'. See Sifsei Chachamim. (How can we say so about "v'Chohen Ki Yikneh Kinyan Kaspo
What is the basic Pasuk coming to teach us? What is "Ohel Mo'ed" referring to?