Hey, guys, let's take a look at the following example that was left on the bottom of the page. So here we have to provide the name of the following functional ized organized organic compounds. So we should realize here in this first one that this is a car basilica acid group. Remember, for the carbolic acid, it changes the e ending toe OIC acid. And we said that carbon cilic acids we don't have to state the location of the carbon cilic acid because it's always found at the end. So this would be one, and this would be to so here two carbons is ethane, but we change the e ending toe OIC acid. So becomes economic acid. So economic acid is the professional name. The systematic name, as we would call it. It also has a common name. This is one of the most common weak acids that we know when we do ice charts. Its common name would be called acetic acid, so this is the way acetic acid really looks so after no ic acid is the formal, systematic name. Acetic acid is the common name. Let's look at the next one and the next one. This is an alga Hide again And Aldo hide like a carbon cilic acid like investor or fund at the end. So you don't have to state their locations. So this will be one, 234 and five five Carbons is plantain. Remember, what we do here is we change the e ending toe, Al. So it's Penta now, Okay, And then this one's a little bit trickier to see, But realize what we have here is a C double Bondo connected to a C on either side. So this is a key tone. So a key tone, we're gonna change the e ending toe one. We want a number from the end closest to the carbon Neil closest to the C double Bondo. So we're gonna number from this end here. It would be happed, Ain remember we change the e ending toe one. So it becomes help to known that functional eyes part of it is not found at the end. So we have to state the location of the carbon hell. So for key tell, you need to state the location of the carbon Neil. So we'd say here it's on carbon three. So this will be, three have to know. So that's the approach we take to name these. So if you're still having trouble, makes you go back and look at the list and see what exactly does the Suffolk's name become based on the functional group present?