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A student was given the structural formulas of several compounds and was asked to give them systematic names. How many did she name correctly? Correct those that are misnamed.

a. 4-ethyl-2-pentyne b. 1-bromo-4-heptyne c. 2-methyl-3-hexyne d. 3-pentyne

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