Ready to have your mind boggled? These numbers will make even the most savvy mathematicians' heads spin.
We took a look at the Georgia National Fair by the numbers.
456,023 people entered the 628 acres of the Fairgrounds during the 11-day event last year.
That's not including the 110 volunteers, 70 parking personnel, 50 security officers and 75 police present each day.
And all those folks create a lot of trash. The fairground's staff stocks 600 cans, and people fill them with more than 111 tons of trash.
Let's not forget the electric bill to power all those rides. It typically runs around $60,000 11 days. The water used tops 700,000.
As for the livestock, there's enough to form a small city, or almost 8,000 entries into the shows.