This suggests that there were 42360 citizens of Israel in the band. The 7337 "servants" were possibly slaves or indentured workers, not Jewish by birth. The singers, 200 in number, were an essential element of worship, I mean we expect a choir when we attend services-- or at least we did before the platform was turned into a stage, replete with drum set, amplifiers, and other noisemakers. (Gaah! I get sidetracked so easily. Function of my age?) If you enjoy genealogy, there is a world of it there in Ezra, chapter two.
The balance of the tally is self-explanatory, yet I have often wondered, inasmuch as we are advised that all scripture is given for edification, just exactly what I am to derive by way of spiritual growth in knowing how many camels and equines accompanied this band in its return to their homeland. In a sentence, if teaching a Sunday school class, I think it close enough to say there were fifty thousand people and 8000 beasts of burden.