## Can you provide examples of how those percentages relate to my Note or Unit?

If a Noteholder held \$300 in Net Note Claims, and thus received four (4) Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, that claimant would have received a total of approximately \$41.48, comprised of: (i) \$15 as part of the first distribution (4 * \$3.75 = \$15), (ii) \$18 as part of the second distribution (4 * 4.50 = \$18), and (iii) \$8.48 as part of the third distribution (4 * \$2.12 = \$8.48).

If a Unitholder held \$300 in Net Unit Claims, and thus received 2.9 Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, that claimant would have received approximately \$30.07, comprised of (i) \$10.87 as part of the first distribution (2.9 * \$3.75 = \$10.87), (ii) \$13.05 as part of the second distribution (2.9 * 4.50 = \$13.05), and (iii) \$6.15 as part of the third distribution (2.9 * \$2.12 = \$6.15).

If a Noteholder held \$50,000 in Net Note Claims, and thus received 666.66 Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, that claimant would have received approximately \$6,913, comprised of: (i) approximately \$2,500 as part of the first distribution (666.66 * \$3.75 = \$2,499.97), (ii) approximately \$3,000 as part of the second distribution (666.66 * 4.50 = \$2,999.97), and (iii) approximately \$1,413 as part of the third distribution (666.66 * \$2.12 = \$1,413.32).

If a Unitholder held \$50,000 in Net Unit Claims, and thus received 483.33 Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, that claimant would have received approximately \$5,012, comprised of (i) approximately \$1,812 as part of the initial distribution (483.33 * \$3.75 = \$1,812.49), (ii) approximately \$2,175 as part of the second distribution (483.33 * 4.50 = \$2,174.99), and (iii) approximately \$1,024 as part of the third distribution (483.33 * \$2.12 = \$1,024.66).