Okay, let's keep pressing on. And now let's talk about the sixth. So the six we count up. 123456 The six above sea is gonna be a now again, Same deal happens here. We have the inversion that we've already been using the evil twin. So, uh, the sixth can also be major minor. So the sixth in the key of C is major. So this is a major sixth interval. If I wanted to make it a minor six interval, I could go out of the key and take it down there. But the sea today is a major sixth interval. So if I invert it by pushing the a down inactive and go a up to see, I now have 1/3 and in fact, I have a minor third because it was a major six. So it's gonna be a minor third because third, the third is the inversion of the sixth and major becomes minor. Minor becomes major, so a major sixth becomes a minor third, a minor sixth becomes a major third. So this is a major third. So that's what the inversion is of 1/6. And that's how you've already been using six is because we've been using thirds like crazy,...
right? So you already know what thirds are there? Just six is spread out a little bit more.