So the 3 humps with a line over it are the relays? Can you explain to me the far right? Also is the switch looking . / . symbol part of the relay?
Yes, a relay has two parts, the coil part (3 hump thingee) and switching contacts. When the coil is energized it magnetically pulls in the contacts such that there is a circuit path between pins 7 and 14 and when denergized then pin 7 and pin 1 can conduct. The pin 7 is called the 'common contact' pin, pin 14 is called the 'normally open contact' and pin one is called the 'normally closed contact'. That specific contact type is called SPDT, for single pole double throw. There are also other common contact arrangments avaible, SPST, DPST, DPDT, 4PDT, etc. Relays carry two important specifications, first the relay coil's voltage and current requirements and second the switch contact maximum voltage and current carrying specifications.