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Help with understanding a Static Routing Table

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Static Routing Tables?
I'm not asking anyone to do my homework for me but I need some help with creating static routing tables. I have 2 routers but I need to add more than one route to their tables. What I am specifically having trouble with is figuring out which number I used for the Network IP (is this my public IP address) I also have network numbers but I am leaning towards it being the before mentioned IP address. Any help is appreciated.
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