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**Solution**: Draw structural formulas for 5 (and only 5) constitutional isomers that have one (and only one) ring and that one ring must be a three-membered ring and the molecular formula C5H7F. Your structural formulas must have no nonzero formal charges and the most typical arrangements of bonding and nonbonding valence electrons. Note that if you give the same isomer more than once, points will be deducted for that isomer. If you give more than 5 constitutional isomers, points will be deducted. For this problem, you must give complete structural formulas showing all atoms and bonding valence electrons. Do not give condensed structural formulas or bond-line formulas.

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Draw structural formulas for 5 (*and only 5*) constitutional isomers that *have one (and only one) ring and that one ring must be a three-membered ring* and the molecular formula C_{5}H_{7}F. Your structural formulas must have no nonzero formal charges and the most typical arrangements of bonding and nonbonding valence electrons. *Note that if you give the same isomer more than once, points will be deducted for that isomer. If you give more than 5 constitutional isomers, points will be deducted*. **For this problem, you must give complete structural formulas showing all atoms and bonding valence electrons. Do not give condensed structural formulas or bond-line formulas**.