This question asked us to drop the major products of each reaction. So for part A, we have two different Al keens in this molecule to choose from this one on the end. Here. This is the terminal keen and this internal one right here and we're going to react with the internal one because that will give us a more stable carbon cattle and intermediate. So the first step that will happen is the l Keen will come and grab his hydrogen and kick the burning off of it. So we'll get an intermediate. Ah, a car broke out on intermediate That looks like this So this carbon will get the hydrogen and this one will be our carbo Catalan because a tertiary carbo cat lion this carbon is going more stable than a secondary one, which is what this carbon would be. So there's our carbon cattle and intermediate. And then the next step is for this bro me new plea for a come in and talk. The car broke a tie in. So that will give us, um a product that looks like this. These are three. Okay, so there's our product for part A for part B here we have an Al Qaeda on one end and now keen on the other. And we know from the previous few chapters here that Al Keane's are more reactive than all kinds. So we're going to react with the l keen. Um, And when we react, a double bond with an l keen, Um, we get chlorine on each of those carbons that will look like this. So we get a chlorine on each carbon opposite each other. So it's her product for part B. And then for part C. Here we have this seven member ring, um, and again, hoops such be three again with, um to Al Kean's on it and that we have to decide which one is going to be our the one that we're reacting with. And so we know that this one has this tertiary position on it because of this metal group. So this is where we're going to want our carpal cat I, and to be so will react with the Selkie. So this will grab our age. Um, and then and then that will be our carbo cat. I am right here. And this carbon right here will get the hydrogen, and we still have this Elke left over, and then we just have to attack with our chlorine molecule to get our products. Um, which looks like this.