0:00:00.500,0:00:03.280 Okay, so the first thing we're[br]going to need is an ID column, 0:00:03.280,0:00:05.830 because nothing else here is unique. 0:00:05.830,0:00:09.500 We'll relate donors to their phone[br]numbers, using the donor's ID. 0:00:09.500,0:00:14.020 The ID is arbitrary, as long as the one[br]here equals the one down here, but 0:00:14.020,0:00:17.110 we'll just put 1,[br]because Mary is the first donor. 0:00:17.110,0:00:19.630 The second thing we know[br]about a donor is their name. 0:00:19.630,0:00:21.390 And we know their favorite animal. 0:00:21.390,0:00:23.470 Now, Mary has two phones, so 0:00:23.470,0:00:27.540 there will be two rows in donor[br]phones with Mary's id in them. 0:00:27.540,0:00:32.049 And Mary has two kinds of phone,[br]one is a home phone and one is a mobile. 0:00:32.049,0:00:33.910 We'll call that column phone type. 0:00:33.910,0:00:36.370 And finally we know[br]Mary's phone numbers. 0:00:36.370,0:00:39.450 So there you have it, you've taken[br]all the data from this object 0:00:39.450,0:00:42.660 oriented record and[br]structured it into database tables.